Editor’s note: With the start of Dolphins’ training camp 10 days away, the Sun Sentinel takes a look at the team’s top storylines in a 10-part series. Today, Omar Kelly tackles whether the Dolphins and wide receiver Jarvis Landry will agree to terms on a new contract by the start of the regular season.
The Dolphins have gone out of their way to make sure everyone in the organization has been taken care of contractually — all except Pro Bowl receiver Jarvis Landry.
Even though Miami’s front office and coaches openly acknowledge that Landry’s one of the offense’s top playmakers, and one of the Dolphins’ best leaders, the homegrown talent hasn’t received an offer to extend his contract, according to a source.
Landry, who caught 94 passes for 1,136 yards and four touchdowns last season, is scheduled to make $893,850 this season, which makes him 107th highest-paid receiver in the NFL.
Miami’s executives said locking up Landry long-term was amongst the team’s top priorities this offseason, but their words haven’t been backed up with action so far.
Landry said he won’t discuss an extension after the regular season begins on Sept. 10, so the Dolphins have…
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