|17||@Bengals||L 23 - 33||2||82||41||56||1|
|16||Ravens||L 15 - 31||7||74||10.6||33||0|
|15||@Cardinals||L 24 - 38||5||23||4.6||10||0|
|14||Bengals||W 27 - 19||4||76||19||34||0|
|13||@Steelers||L 13 - 20||6||76||12.7||19||0|
|12||Dolphins||W 41 - 24||10||148||14.8||37||2|
|11||Steelers||W 21 - 7||4||43||10.8||25||1|
|10||Bills||W 19 - 16||9||97||10.8||24||1|
|9||@Broncos||L 19 - 24||6||51||8.5||19||1|
|8||@Patriots||L 13 - 27||5||65||13||21||0|
|6||Seahawks||L 28 - 32||3||36||12||27||0|
|5||@49ers||L 3 - 31||4||75||18.8||25||0|
|4||@Ravens||W 40 - 25||8||167||20.9||65||0|
|3||Rams||L 13 - 20||3||62||20.7||27||0|
|2||@Jets||W 23 - 3||3||32||10.7||25||0|
|1||Titans||L 13 - 43||4||67||16.8||34||0||1||10||10||10||0|
WR TE Career
Career Transactions: Selected by the Miami Dolphins in the second round (63rd overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft…Traded to the Cleveland Browns on March 14, 2018.
At a Glance:
His 481 receptions are most all-time by an NFL player through their first five seasons…Has registered at least two receptions in 79 consecutive games, the second-longest active streak in the NFL (Antonio Brown, 115)…His streak of 79 consecutive games with at least two receptions is currently the ninth longest in NFL history…Led the NFL with 112 receptions in 2017…Signed a five-year contract extension in 2018…Formed his own scholarship, Building Winners Academic Scholarship, granted annually to one graduating senior at his alma mater Lutcher High School…Passionate about cystic fibrosis, raising awareness, funds and using his platform to hopefully one day put an end to CF.
Browns surprise Berea-Midpark football team with $25,000 in new Xenith helmets
The Cleveland Browns hosted the Berea-Midpark football team to watch an OTA practice on Wednesday May 15, 2019. Following the practice, head coach Freddie Kitchens addressed the team until Jarvis Landry, Joel Bitonio and Joe Schobert surprised the team with brand new Xenith Helmets.
Jarvis Landry surprises Warren G. Harding with new Xenith Helmets
Jarvis Landry took a trip to Warren G. Harding high school to surprise the football team with band new Xenith Helmets. The Helmets Program is able to donate $66k worth of helmets to Ohio Schools throughout the year in collaboration with the Cleveland Browns, Ohio Lottery, University Hospitals and Xenith.