Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry had himself a day against his former team in Cleveland's 41-24 win over Miami on Sunday, so it's only fitting we start with him in this week's edition of the Social Media Roundup.
Most fans knew about his stellar performance on the field, but his day was already off to a great start before kickoff.
A few months ago, Landry was made aware of 12-year-old Fletcher Rollinson, who at the time had recently been diagnosed with a rare brain tumor.
Being the outstanding role model he is, Landry made it his mission to support Rollinson every step of the way through his fight toward a recovery. Landry constantly wears a bracelet that Rollinson gave him back in September.
With Rollinson set to undergo additional treatment at St. Jude Children's Hospital, Landry had him out at Sunday's game and did what he does best, put a smile on Rollinson's face.
Once the game got underway, Landry and Co. left no doubt early and often who was going to come away with a win.
Even though his birthday falls on Nov. 28, Landry took the opportunity with some time off following the game to celebrate his birthday with family, friends and teammates.
A quick reminder of fellow receiver Odell Beckham Jr.'s cake just a few weeks ago.
It appears that whoever was in charge of Landry's cake upped the presentation game a bit.
Happy early birthday Jarvis! The Browns and the City of Cleveland are lucky to have you.
OBJ Had a Day Too
Landry wasn't the only one who had some fun Sunday.
Beckham took time out pregame to make the day of youngster Denim from Make a Wish, as did defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson.
Beckham then proceeded to set his own fireworks off with his outstanding first quarter touchdown catch.
For a final note on Beckham for this week's SMR, he put his home jersey collection on display via his Instagram story, and it's quite the showcase.
SJ Moves to 3-0
Who's a v good boy and is still undefeated?
Giving Back for Thanksgiving
Despite not having practice until Wednesday, the Browns spent their time giving back to the Northeast Ohio community.
On Tuesday, several Browns players, alumni and staff members went to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank to package meals to be distributed to local food shelters, pantries and sites throughout Northeast Ohio.
The Browns and the Food Bank are no strangers when it comes to their partnership and contributions to the local community. In September, the 21st Annual Taste of the Browns was co-chaired by Landry and alumnus Josh Cribbs, which generated more than $325,000 and over 1.3 million meals.
Every dollar toward the Food Bank is equivalent to four meals for those less fortunate.
Club 46 with Webster Slaughter
This week's Club 46 features former Browns legend and wide receiver Webster Slaughter. WKYC's Jay Crawford sits down with Slaughter to discuss his path to the NFL, why he chose football over basketball and baseball, and recalls the first time he met Ozzie Newsome.