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Jarvis Landry
Wide Receiver
BORN 11/28/1992
COLLEGE Louisiana State
NFL Fourth Season
DOLPHINS Fourth Season


CAREER PRO BOWL SELECTIONS: 2 (2015-16) (2016-17)

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally a second-round draft selection (63rd overall) of the Dolphins in the 2014 NFL draft.

2017 (Dolphins) – Tied for fifth in the NFL in receptions (25) … Tied for third in the NFL with nine third down receptions … Led the team with 13 receptions for 78 yards (6.0 avg.) at L.A. Chargers (9/17) … Also rushed once for -7 yards (-7.0 avg.) and threw an incomplete pass … His 13 receptions are tied for second-most in a single game team history … His eight catches in the first half were a career high in a first half and tied for most by a Dolphins player in a first half since 1991 … Recorded six receptions for 48 yards (8.0 avg.) at N.Y. Jets (9/24) … Made six catches for 40 yards (6.7 avg.) vs. New Orleans (10/1) … Also returned two punts for 9 yards (4.5 avg.).

2016 (Dolphins) – Started all 16 games … Recorded 94 receptions for 1,136 yards (12.1 avg.) and four touchdowns … Rushed five times for 17 yards (3.4 avg.) … Returned 16 punts for 163 yards (10.2 avg.) … Tied for seventh in the NFL in receptions (94), 10th in receiving yards (1,136) and tied for seventh in receptions on third down (26) … His 1,136 receiving yards were the eighth-best in Dolphins history … Hauled in 10 receptions for 135 yards (13.7 avg.) at New England (9/18) … Eclipsed the 2,000 career-receiving-yard benchmark … Became the second-fastest player in team history to reach 2,000 career receiving yards (34 games) after WR Mark Duper did so in 28 games … Recorded seven receptions for 120 yards (17.1 avg.) and one touchdown vs. Cleveland (9/25) … His first receiving touchdown of the season came on a 42-yard throw from QB Ryan Tannehill … Posted back-to-back 100-yard receiving games for the first time in his career … Tied a franchise record that he set in 2015 with 24 receptions through the first three games of the season … Hauled in seven receptions for 91 yards (13.0 avg.) in the 30-15 win vs. Pittsburgh (10/16) … Recovered an onside kick attempt by Pittsburgh with 1:02 remaining in the fourth quarter … Caught five passes for 78 yards (15.6 avg.) in the 28-25 victory vs. Buffalo (10/23) … Caught a pass from QB Ryan Tannehill for a successful two-point conversion attempt in the third quarter … Recovered an onside kick attempt by Buffalo with 14 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter … Recorded three receptions for 33 yards (11.0 avg.) in the 27-23 victory vs. N.Y. Jets (11/6) and eclipsed the 2,500 career receiving yards mark … Recorded five receptions for 28 yards (5.6 avg.) and one touchdown in the 14-10 victory at Los Angeles (11/20) … Caught a 10-yard touchdown pass with 4:02 remaining in the fourth quarter to give Miami its first score of the game … Recorded his fifth-career regular season game with 10-plus catches, setting a Dolphins regular-season career record at Baltimore (12/4) … Landry is the only player in franchise history to record three career regular season games with 11 or more catches … Caught four passes for 103 yards (25.8 avg.) in the 26-23 win vs. Arizona (12/11) … Posted a season-high 71-yard catch in the third quarter, placing the offense at Arizona’s 3-yard line … Recorded three receptions for 108 yards (36.0 avg.) and one touchdown in the 34-13 victory at N.Y. Jets (12/17) … Hauled in a 66-yard catch-and-run touchdown from QB Matt Moore, extending Miami’s lead 34-10 in the third quarter … The touchdown catch pushed him over the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the second consecutive year … This was also Landry’s second consecutive 100-yard performance, fourth 100-yard game of the season and the seventh of his career …

POSTSEASON: Led the team with 11 receptions for 102 yards (9.3 avg.) in the AFC Wild Card game at Pittsburgh (1/8/17) … Tied the Dolphins record for most receptions in a playoff game … Posted the 13th 100-yard receiving performance in team postseason history …

PRO BOWL: Named to the AFC Pro Bowl roster, replacing Bengals WR A.J. Green … Started at wide receiver, but did not record any statistics …

HONORS: Ranked No. 42 overall on the NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2017” as voted on by the players …

AMONG ALL-TIME SINGLE-SEASON DOLPHINS RECEIVERS: Landry’s 110 receptions in 2015 set the team record for most receptions in a season … He totaled 94 receptions in 2016 and 84 receptions as a rookie, giving him three of the top-six single-season reception totals in franchise history, including the top two:

BACK-TO-BACK 1,000-YARD SEASONS: Landry became the sixth Dolphins player to ever post consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons with 1,157 yards in 2015 and 1,136 yards in 2016 … Other Dolphins receivers to accomplish the feat include Mark Clayton, Mark Duper, Irving Fryar, Brian Hartline and Brandon Marshall … Landry was the first Dolphins player to top 1,000 receiving yards in back-to-back seasons since Brian Hartline did so in 2012 and 2013 …

AMONG ALL-TIME DOLPHINS RECEIVERS BY MONTH: Landry had three of the most productive single months in Dolphins history … His 35 receptions in December of 2014 were the second-most by a Dolphins receiver in any month in franchise history and the most by a player in a December … His 34 receptions in November of 2015 are the third-most receptions by a Dolphins player in any month and the second-most by a player in a November … He holds the team record for most catches in a September with 31 in 2016, which is tied for fifth-most of any month in Dolphins history:

DOUBLE-DIGIT CATCH GAMES: Landry recorded two games during the 2016 season with 10-plus catches, including 10 receptions at New England (9/18) and 11 receptions at Baltimore (12/4) … He has three career regular season games with 11-plus receptions and is the only player in franchise history to record multiple regular season games with at least 11 catches …

FIRST THREE NFL SEASONS: Landry recorded 288 receptions in his first three NFL seasons, which ties him with his college teammate, N.Y. Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr., for the most all-time receptions in the first three seasons of an NFL career:

HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF TARGETS CAUGHT: Landry has caught 288 of the 409 passes thrown his way during his first three NFL seasons … His percentage of targets caught is 70.4, which is the third-highest in the NFL among active wide receivers with a minimum of 200 targets since the start of 2014:

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A POSTSEASON GAME: Landry caught 11 passes in Miami’s AFC Wild Card game at Pittsburgh (1/8/17), tying the team’s single-game postseason record set by WR O.J. McDuffie on Dec. 30, 1995 at Buffalo:

THIRD DOWN RECEPTIONS: Landry caught 26 passes for 335 yards (12.9 avg.) on third downs … The 26 receptions were tied for seventh and the 335 yards ranked No. 9 in the NFL in 2016 …

1,000-YARD DUOS: With 1,136 receiving yards, Landry joined RB Jay Ajayi as just the second Dolphins duo to post 1,000 yards rushing and receiving … Ajayi rushed for 1,272 yards … The only other time the Dolphins had a 1,000-yard duo was in 2011 when RB Reggie Bush rushed for 1,086 yards and WR Brandon Marshall posted 1,124 receiving yards.

2015 (Dolphins) – Played in all 16 games with 14 starts … Recorded 110 receptions for 1,157 yards (10.5 avg.) with four touchdowns … Added 18 rushes for 113 yards (6.3 avg.) with one touchdown … Returned 36 punts with 16 fair catches for 356 yards (9.9 avg.) with one touchdown and a long of 69 yards … Added 13 kickoff returns for 321 yards (24.7 avg.) with a long of 50 yards … Ranked No. 4 in the NFL in receptions and No. 5 in yards after catch (583) … His punt return yards were fourth-best in the league … Started at wide receiver and led the team in catches with eight for 53 yards (6.6 avg.) in a win at Washington (9/13) … Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after returning a punt for 69 yards and the go-ahead touchdown … First Dolphins punt return for a touchdown since 2012 (Marcus Thigpen at Houston) … Marked the third punt return for a touchdown in a Dolphins season opener (Marcus Thigpen at Houston in 2012 and Tom Vigorito at N.Y. Jets in 1982) … Totaled eight receptions for 110 yards (13.8 avg.) and one rush for 6 yards at Jacksonville (9/20) … Topped the 100-catch mark in his 18th career game, becoming the fastest player in Dolphins history to reach 100 career receptions (previous record was 26 games by Davone Bess and Troy Stradford) … Caught eight passes for 67 yards (8.4 avg.) vs. Buffalo (9/27) … Set a franchise record with 24 receptions through the first three games of the season … Reeled in three passes for 42 yards (14.0 avg.) and rushed twice for 24 yards (12.0 avg.) and one touchdown in a start at Tennessee (10/18) … Scored the first rushing touchdown of his NFL career on a 22-yard run in the first quarter … Became the first Dolphins wide receiver to score a rushing touchdown since Brian Hartline scored on a 16-yard run against Pittsburgh in 2010 … Registered five receptions for 83 yards (16.6 avg.) and two touchdowns in start vs. Houston (10/25) … His 50-yard touchdown reception was his longest reception of the season … Set season highs in both receptions and yards with 13 catches for 165 yards (12.7 avg.) and one touchdown at N.Y. Jets (11/29) … His third reception of the game was his 150th career reception in just his 27th career game … Became the fastest player to top 150 receptions in Dolphins history … Caught 11 passes for 99 yards (9.0 avg.) vs. N.Y. Giants (12/14) … Totaled eight receptions for 54 yards (6.8 avg.) at San Diego (12/20) … During the game, he set a new Dolphins single-season record for receptions as he passed O.J. McDuffie, who caught 90 passes in 1998 … Recorded seven receptions for 111 yards (15.9 avg.) in a start vs. Indianapolis (12/27) … With his 15-yard reception in the fourth quarter, he recorded his 100th catch of the year and he became the first player in team history to record 100-plus receptions in a season … Finished the game sitting at 1,085 receiving yards for the season, becoming the eighth receiver (19th time overall) in team history to surpass 1,000 yards … Finished the season with 110 receptions, which set a team record for most receptions in a season … With 84 receptions in 2014 and 110 receptions in 2015, he has 194 receptions in his first two NFL seasons, which is the most in NFL history … His total of 1,947 combined yards ranked No. 5 in club annals …

PRO BOWL: Named to his first career Pro Bowl … Became the eighth wide receiver in team history to be selected to the Pro Bowl and first since Brandon Marshall in 2011 … Joined Mark Duper (1983) and Mark Clayton (1984) as the only wide receivers in team history to earn a spot on the Pro Bowl roster following his second NFL season …

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after returning a punt for 69 yards for the go-ahead touchdown in the season-opening win at Washington (9/13) … It was the second time in Landry’s career he was recognized for his special teams work as he was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for October 2014 … It marked the first time a Dolphins player had been named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week since Week 8 of the 2012 season when Olivier Vernon was recognized for a performance against the N.Y. Jets … The last Dolphins returner to win AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors was Ted Ginn Jr., who won the award in 2009 after returning two kickoffs for a touchdown in a victory at the N.Y. Jets …

NFL TOP 100 PLAYERS: Landry was ranked as the No. 98 player on the NFL Network’s list of the Top 100 for 2016, an annual list which is based on a poll of players around the NFL …   HONORS: Named co-winner of the Dan Marino Most Valuable Player award along with S Reshad Jones … It marked only the fifth time in team history a wide receiver has won the MVP award, as Landry joined Paul Warfield (1970), O.J. McDuffie (1997-98), and Chris Chambers (2005) …

DOLPHINS RUSHING LEADERS AMONG RECEIVERS: Landry had one of the most productive rushing seasons by a Dolphins receiver in franchise history in 2015 … Overall, he recorded 18 carries for 113 yards (6.3 avg.) and a touchdown in 2015 … His 18 rushing attempts are the most by a Dolphins receiver in a season, breaking the previous record  of 14 attempts by Nat Moore in 1977 … His 113 rushing yards on the season is the second-highest single-season total by a Dolphins wide receiver, surpassed only by the 115 rushing yards produced by Paul Warfield in 1971 … When Landry rushed twice for 24 yards (12.0 avg.) and one touchdown at Tennessee (10/18), he scored the first rushing touchdown of his NFL career on a 22-yard run in the first quarter and became the first Dolphins wide receiver to score a rushing touchdown since Brian Hartline scored on a 16-yard run against Pittsburgh in 2010 …

FIRST TWO NFL SEASONS: Landry recorded 194 receptions over the course of his first two seasons, which is the most in NFL history by a player in his first two NFL seasons:

AMONG SECOND-YEAR NFL RECEIVERS: Landry’s 110 catches in 2015 were the second-most receptions by a second-year player, behind only WR Isaac Bruce, who recorded 119 receptions in 1995 as a member of the St. Louis Rams:

2014 (Dolphins) – Played in all 16 games with 11 starts as a rookie … Recorded 84 receptions for 758 yards (9.0 avg.) with five touchdowns … Added two rushes for -4 yards (-2.0 avg.) … Returned 25 punts for 204 yards (8.2 avg.) with a long of 32 yards … Added 34 kickoff returns for 954 yards (28.1 avg.) with a long of 74 yards … He ranked No. 4 in the NFL in average kickoff return average … Played in his first career game vs. New England (9/7) and returned two kickoffs for 56 yards (29.0 avg.) and three punts for 24 yards (8.0 avg.) … Caught his first career pass at Buffalo (9/14) and finished the game with five receptions for 49 yards (9.8 avg.) … Had a 74-yard kickoff return in the third quarter vs. Kansas City (9/21) and finished the day with 174 kickoff yards on five returns (34.8 avg.), the ninth-most kick return yards for a rookie in a single game in Dolphins history … Also caught three passes for 24 yards (8.0 avg.)  … Ranked No. 2 on the team with four receptions for 38 yards (9.5 avg.) at Oakland in London (9/28) … Made first career start at wide receiver vs. Green Bay (10/12) and recorded six receptions for 75 yards and caught his first touchdown pass, 11 yards from QB Ryan Tannehill on the opening drive of the second half … Added two returns for 91 yards (45.5 avg.), including a 54-yarder … Recorded four receptions for 46 yards (11.5 avg.) at Chicago (10/19) … Returned one kickoff for 32 yards at Jacksonville (10/26) and added three receptions for 23 yards (7.7 avg.) … Recorded a 14-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter vs. the Chargers (11/2) … Posted seven receptions for 53 yards (7.6 avg.) at Detroit (11/9) and added two kickoff returns for 77 yards (38.5 avg.) … Recorded his third touchdown of the season on an 8-yard reception in the fourth quarter vs. Buffalo (11/13) … Recorded seven receptions for 50 yards (7.1 avg.) nd two touchdowns at Denver (11/23) … His two touchdown receptions were the most by a Dolphins rookie since WR Chris Chambers recorded two touchdown receptions on Dec. 10, 2001 … Caught a season-high eight passes for 68 yards (8.5 avg.) at N.Y. Jets (12/1) … Recorded six receptions for 55 yards vs. Baltimore (12/7) … Had a season-high 99 yards on eight receptions at New England (12/14) … Posted eight receptions for 31 yards vs. Minnesota (12/21) … Closed season with five catches for 55 yards vs. N.Y. Jets (12/28) …

AMONG ALL-TIME DOLPHINS RECEIVERS: After being inserted into the starting lineup in Week 6 vs. Green Bay (10/12), Landry caught at least five passes in 12 of the final 14 games of the season … Further, he recorded five-or-more receptions in each of the last nine games of the season to set a new franchise single-season record for consecutive games with five-or-more receptions, surpassing O.J. McDuffie’s eight-straight games in 1998 … Extended the streak to 12 games by catching five-plus passes in the first three contests of the 2016 season …

AMONG ALL-TIME DOLPHINS ROOKIES: Landry’s 84 receptions were the most on the team and set a Dolphins rookie record, while his five receiving touchdowns were tied for second-most by a rookie in a single season in franchise history:

Over the course of the season, Landry recorded 758 receiving yards, 1,158 combined return yards and -4 rushing yards … His 1,912 all-purpose yards were the second-most among all Dolphins rookies in a season:

AMONG ALL-TIME NFL ROOKIES: Landry’s 84 receptions in 2014 are the seventh-most for a rookie in NFL history and were sixth-most at the time:

In addition, Landry’s 84 receptions was the second-most receptions by a NFL rookie in 2014:HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF TARGETS CAUGHT: Landry caught 84 of the 112 passes thrown his way in 2014 … His percentage of targets caught was 75.0, the second-highest percentage in the NFL in 2014 among wide receivers with a minimum of 50 receptions:

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE MONTH: Landry was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for October … He returned five kickoffs for 178 yards (35.6), with a long of 54 yards … The 35.6 average kickoff return was second-highest in the NFL in October and is the highest October average in franchise history … He was the first Miami special teams player to be honored with the monthly award since kicker Dan Carpenter was recognized for his accomplishments during the month of October in 2010.


Three-year letterman (2011-13) and one-year starter at Louisiana State … Played in 40 career games with 12 starts … Finished with career totals of 137 receptions for 1,809 yards (13.2 average) and 15 touchdowns … Added 87 yards on five kickoff returns and 38 yards on three punt returns … Registered 21 tackles (10 solo) and a pair of fumble recoveries on special teams … Played in 13 games with 10 starts as a junior in 2013 … Named second-team All-Southeastern Conference as a junior in 2013 … Named the recipient of the 2013 Charles McClendon Award, which goes to the school’s most valuable player … Served as team captain … Recorded 77 receptions for 1,193 yards (15.5 avg.) with 10 touchdowns … Had five 100-yard games … Led the team while ranking No. 3 in the league and No. 18 in the nation in yards receiving … Paced the Tigers with 77 catches, the third-best season total in school history … His 10 touchdowns, ranked No. 3 in the SEC and No. 22 in the nation … Played in 13 games with one start as a sophomore in 2012 … Led team with 56 receptions for 573 yards (10.2 avg.) and five touchdowns … Posted a team-high nine special team tackles and also recovered a pair of fumbles … Added 76 yards on four kickoff returns and 7 yards on a punt return … Played in 14 games with one start as a freshman in 2011 … Recorded four receptions for 43 yards (10.8 avg.) … Returned a punt 31 yards, had an 11-yard kickoff return and led the special teams units with 11 tackles (five solo) … Majored in sports administration.


Attended Lutcher (La.) High School … Ranked as the nation’s top wide receiver by and the fourth-best receiver by and as a senior … Named team’s most valuable player in the 2011 Under Armour All-America Game after catching eight passes for 70 yards and a touchdown … Registered 51 catches for 716 yards (14.0 avg.) and 11 TDs as a senior … Recorded 62 receptions for 1,158 yards (18.7 avg.) and 13 touchdowns as a junior … Brother, Gerard, played football at Southern University … Cousin of NFL defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey, who starred at LSU (2004-07) … Hosted “Jarvis Landry’s Hometown GiveBack” at his alma mater, Lutcher High School, in Baton Rouge during the 2015-16 offseason … In 2015, the event was for 50 disadvantaged kids and supplied each participant with school supplies for the upcoming school year … In 2016, the event hosted 100 boys from the St. James Parish area and Landry announced the formation of his Building Winners Academic Scholarship, granted annually to one graduating senior at Lutcher High School … Hosted a youth football camp at Archbishop McCarthy High School in Southwest Ranches, Florida in 2016-17 invited a Make-A-Wish child to the camp … Promoted financial literacy in partnership with Bank United 4 Downs for Finance program throughout the 2015-16 seasons … Participated in the NFL UK Live Tour in April 2017 … Has a daughter, Joy … Full name is Jarvis Charles Landry … Born Nov. 28, 1992 in Convent, Louisiana.


Passing: 1-of-1 for 9 yards in 2015, 0-of-1 for 0 yards in 2016 and 0-for-1 for 0 yards in 2017 for total of 1-of-3 for 9 yards.
Special Teams Tackles: 1 in 2014, 1 in 2016 for total of 2.
Special Teams Fumble Recoveries: 2 in 2014.
Miscellaneous Tackles: 1 in 2014, 2 in 2016 and 1 in 2017 for total of 4.

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