Browns place Jarvis Landry on active/PUP; team says not a setback

By 92.3 The Fan
CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – The Browns placed receiver Jarvis Landry on the active/PUP list and receiver J’Mon Moore on the active/non-football injury list Sunday.

The designations come as players who have completed the COVID-19 intake testing protocol – three negative results in four days – complete their physicals prior to the start of the ‘Acclimation period’ on Monday.

Landry underwent hip surgery in February to correct discomfort he had been experiencing in the joint.

The team said Sunday, “No setback for Jarvis – still on schedule” regarding the designation.

Landry, who played through the injury in 2019, led the Browns with 83 catches and 1,174 receiving yards – both career highs – and six touchdowns last season.

Landry has made the Pro Bowl in both years since the Browns acquired him from the Dolphins and five times in his six-year career to date. His 564 career receptions are the most-ever by a wide receiver in his first six seasons where he has caught at least 81 passes in each of them.  

Moore has a hamstring injury according to the team.