Jarvis Landry and New Orleans Saints reached an agreement to return WR home

Jarvis Landry and New Orleans Saints reached an agreement to return WR home

Jarvis Landry’s return to the Browns has come to an end. The five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver signed a one-year contract with the New Orleans Saints on Friday. The financial details have yet to be revealed. Landry announced on Twitter that he will join his hometown NFL team. His hometown is Convent, Louisiana.

The Saints visit the Browns for a 1 p.m. game Christmas Eve. Landry had been scheduled to make $15.1 million in salary and bonuses while carrying a salary-cap hit of $16.38 million in 2022, the final year of his contract with the Browns. Cutting him cost the franchise just $1.5 million in dead cap and saved them $14.879 million in cap space.

On March 14, two days before the opening of NFL free agency, the Browns released Landry in a cost-cutting move.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said May 10 on “The Pat McAfee Show” the Browns offered Landry “a pretty nice one-year deal,” but he rejected the proposal.

On March 28, agent Roosevelt Barnes told the Beacon Journal there was “some mutual interest” between Landry and the Browns. Earlier in March, Landry switched from agent Damarius Bilbo to Jovan and Roosevelt Barnes. The change in representation didn’t lead Landry back to Cleveland, though.

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