|Date of Birth||11/28/1992|
|Height, Weight||5'11", 196 lbs|
|Drafted||2014 - Rd 2|
Landry suffered an ankle injury during the Browns' loss to the Seahawks in Week 6, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Landry said he sustained the injury on the play following one on which he was whistled for a blindside block, which appeared to be a poor call, per the video replay posted by Tim Bielik of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The wideout said he altered his blocking strategy because of the official's call the previous play. "I'm trying to not block like I can block because of the rule changes and because I felt like I did nothing wrong on the blindside block that they called on me," Landry said. "So I tried to take a charge and pretty much hurt myself." Landry finished out the game, playing 96 percent of the offensive snaps, so the injury appears to be minor. He added that the ankle will be fine because he has the bye week to recover.
Landry caught three of five targets for 36 scoreless yards in Sunday's 32-28 loss to the Seahawks.
Landry paced the Browns in receiving yards in each of the last two weeks, but he trailed both Odell Beckham and Ricky Seals-Jones in this contest. He was trusted on Seattle's goal line with a short pass from Baker Mayfield on fourth down, but Landry coughed up the football before he got in the end zone. Luckily, the Seahawks were called for 12 men on the field, negating Landry's fumble. It has been an inconsistent season for Landry, who still doesn't have a touchdown through six games.
Landry caught four of six targets for 75 yards in Monday night's 31-3 loss to the 49ers.
Landry led Cleveland in receiving for a second straight week, and although his output was unsurprisingly nowhere near his career-best 167 yards in Week 4, he still again comfortably outperformed teammate Odell Beckham statistically. In fact, with two catches for 27 yards, Beckham turned in one of his worst ever outings, as the Browns continue to struggle getting their offense to flow. In the meantime, Landry has taken advantage of less defensive attention, topping 60 yards in all but one game thus far. Although he's yet to find the end zone, Sunday's matchup against Seattle's seventh-worst pass defense at least appears promising on paper.
Landry (concussion) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
After passing through the NFL's five-step concussion protocol earlier in the day, Landry reported no ill effects while taking contact for the first time since suffering the head injury in Sunday's win over the Ravens. He'll be ready to go for the Browns' Week 5 matchup with the 49ers on Monday Night Football, looking to build on the career-best 167-yard performance he submitted before departing the Baltimore game.
Landry has cleared the concussion protocol and will practice Friday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Landry did not practice Thursday as a result of the concussion he suffered last week against the Ravens, but the Browns' medical staff determined he was ready to get back on the field, and he will do so one day later. It won't be clear how much work Landry got in Friday until practice concludes, but there is now reason to believe he will take the field Monday night against the 49ers.