The Facts: Landry dazzled in minicamp with one-handed catches and plenty of touchdown receptions from Tyrod Taylor. He was primarily a slot receiver in Miami, but will start on the outside in Todd Haley's offense. He'll go deep more frequently.
Diehards Line: So wrote Plain Dealer staffer Mary Kay Cabot, who also pointed out the presence of Landry, the three-time Pro Bowler acquired in a trade with the Dolphins, eases the sting of Josh Gordon's absence from the start of training camp. Landry led the NFL with 112 receptions last season, one fewer than the Browns' combined total. He's the first receiver in NFL history with 400 receptions in his first four seasons. The fact he'll be used on the outside should be of interest to fantasy owners.