“I have put the ball in Browns’ court” Jarvis Landry hints towards his future at the Cleveland Browns

Jarvis Landry has made his stance clear on his future at the Cleveland Browns with a series of tweets.

Jarvis Landry

Jarvis Landry has ascertained his Cleveland Browns fans, that he would like to stay at the franchise as he enters the fifth and final year of his contract with the Browns. The wide receiver has proven to be a vital cog in the Browns’ offense for the past four years, and he is confident that he can continue to do so if given the chance.

Having said, that Landry had sparked rumours of him following his former teammate Odell Beckham Jr‘s route out of the side after posting a cryptic message on his Instagram account a few days back.

Jarvis Landry is confident he has what it takes to win a Super Bowl championship in his career

Jarvis Landry for the Cleveland Browns
Jarvis Landry for the Cleveland Browns

The message posted by Jarvis Landry featured a clip of the movie “Passengers,” which says — “You’re not where you want to be. You feel like you’re supposed to be somewhere else.”

This made fans suspicious as to whether, Landry was hinting at a move elsewhere during the offseason, but the 29-year old has come out and bashed all those claims with a series of tweets on his official Twitter account, to clarify his stance.

“Reality behind all this is I came back to play in the best shape of my life, I got hurt week 2 with a high-grade MCL Sprain, Partial quad tear and bone bruise,” Jarvis Landry wrote.

He continued, “Then came back way too early and ended up staying hurt the entire season. You never heard me mention anything about it.”

Jarvis Landry also remained firm in his stance that the decision regarding his future continues to lie with the Cleveland Browns. However, he also stated that if he does end up moving, he still has what it takes to win a Super Bowl with the side he would end up playing for in what turned out to be the third tweet.

“I have put the ball in CLE court by telling them I would like to stay but if not then I’m confident enough in myself to be a better healthy me this year and moving forward to helping do my part in winning a championship elsewhere.”

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