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According to Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football, Jarvis Landry has impressed during the Saints’ OTAs. Underwood cited Landry’s production during practice, physicality, and attitude as things that have stuck out during the Saints’ early offseason program.
Landry has been a consistent fantasy producer throughout his eight-year career, but he has seemed to be underappreciated as a fantasy asset as of late. Landry has never finished worse than a WR3 in PPR formats in any season that he has played more than 12 games, yet he’s currently ranked as the 56th WR heading into 2022 according to FantasyPros ECR. He’s an excellent floor WR in PPR formats, but he also has upside, having finished as a WR1 three times in his career. Landry does have competition within the Saints’ WR room between Michael Thomas and Chris Olave, but Thomas hasn’t been a factor on the field in two seasons and Olave is a rookie who will need to adjust to NFL competition. It wouldn’t be surprising, especially considering early practice reports, if Landry were to be the top WR for the Saints this season, and if that does come to fruition, he will be a big draft day steal for fantasy managers.
Free agent wide receiver Jarvis Landry is finalizing a deal to sign with the New Orleans Saints.
Landry has been highly-sought after this offseason, with multiple teams looking to sign him after his release from the Browns. He will ultimately land in New Orleans, joining a wide receiver room that already includes Michael Thomas and Chris Olave. This move will be very beneficial for Jameis Winston's fantasy outlook, but it might slightly hurt the value of Chris Olave and Alvin Kamara.
According to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, the New Orleans Saints will host veteran wide receiver Jarvis Landry this week.
Despite Landry's subpar stats with the Cleveland Browns last season, the five-time Pro Bowl wideout has been a consistent fantasy performer throughout his career. He's totaled over 1,000 yards receiving three times in his eight years in the league and has missed only six games out of a possible 129 contests. The Saints are in need of wide receiver help and Landry could provide them with a dependable option.
Free agent wide receiver Jarvis Landry will go on a visit to the Atlanta Falcons.
Landry is fresh off of being released by the Browns, and there are already multiple teams interested in picking him up. Among them is the Falcons, who are set to have him in for a visit sometime in the very near future. They may be emerging as front-runners to grab the veteran wide receiver, and he would tremendously help a team that doesn't have more than two receivers rostered.
Sources tell Adam Schefter that Jarvis Landry will be released and able to seek a new deal in free agency.
With the arrival of Amari Cooper, the writing was on the wall for Landry to be able to explore free agency. In his eight-year career, the wideout has 7,598 receiving yards and 37 touchdowns. The move will result in more opportunities for Donovan Peoples-Jones and Rashard Higgins, though obviously, Cooper fills the WR1 role.
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