One of the NFL's most productive receivers is reportedly on the move.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry signed his franchise tender on Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reports the picks in the deal will be split over the next two drafts.
Landry represents a different classification because he's in his prime at 25 and he has caught more passes in his first four seasons (400) than anyone else in National Football League history over that time frame.
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Landry, 25, has made the Pro Bowl the past three seasons.
Landry had said he wanted to remain with the Dolphins, and they said they wanted him back.
Miami finished sixth-worst in scoring last season and went 6-10. That's why, despite the fact that he led the league in receptions, he was 17th in receiving yards with 987.
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Landry's departure adds a receiver to the Dolphins' long list of offseason needs.
Hue Jackson has handed his offense over to former Pittsburgh coordinator Todd Haley, who should know how to best use a player of Landry's skill after coaching Antonio Brown the past few seasons. That's a hefty sum for the Ravens, whose last five free-agent wide receiver signings agreed to deals with a combined maximum value of $46 million. Miami also has wide receivers Jakeem Grant and Leonte Carroo, among others. Next comes signing a quarterback in free agency and acquiring one in the draft next month.
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However, Sherman also told ESPN nothing is going on. "Haven't been told anything", Sherman told Anderson in a text message . Sherman played just nine games in 2017 before he suffered a season-ending ruptured Achilles tendon in Week 10.