Jarvis Landry signs Saints: five-time Pro Bowl recipient bound for New Orleans

Brian Fluharty USA Today Sports

The New Orleans Saints It started in May before signing Free worker safety Teran Mathieu. The Saints are now signed to the Pro Bowl future five times Jarvis Landry to a one-year deal reported. we do not know reported the news On social media on Friday afternoon.

we do not know visited the saints before 2022 NFL Project. New Orleans spent its first two first-round picks on a former Ohio State receiver Chris Olaf. The Saints have cemented their future legionnaires by acquiring Landry, a Pro Bowl performer during his time with the Miami Dolphin And Cleveland Browns.

Landry, 29, was a professional bowler in three of his four seasons with Miami while helping the Dolphins gain an accessory berth in 2016. The former LSU Tiger was instrumental in Brown’s transformation upon coming to Cleveland in 2018. Two-time professional Bowler with the Browns, Landry’s impact on the field and in the locker room helped Cleveland end an 18-year drought in the playoffs after three years of enduring the franchise for a regular 0-16 season. Confirmed receivers caught touchdowns in both Brawn’s games during the post-season 2020 season.

knee injury, with Baker Mayfield Special injury issues, led Landry to record career lows in receptions (52), yards (570) and touchdown receptions (2) in 2021. In New Orleans, Landry will work alongside Olave and Michael ThomasThe two-time All-Pro player missed the entire 2021 season due to injury. Saints offense also includes running back Alvin Camaraa Bowler professional in each of his first five seasons in New Orleans.

Landry will get passes from James Winston, who led the Saints to a record 5-2 last season before an early injury ended his season. Despite Winston’s loss, the Saints finished the 2021 season with a figure of 9-8 while failing before the post-season. The Saints are certainly hopeful that their off-season acquisitions will lead to a return trip to the playoffs in 2022.