Receiver Josh Gordon, who once led the National Football League in receiving yards, came back off his multiple suspensions late last season and looked pretty good.
Landry had his second career season with over 100 receptions a year ago, finishing the campaign with 112 receptions for 987 yards and nine touchdowns.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network was the first to report the Browns are sending one pick in 2018 and one next year to the Dolphins for Landry, who on March 6 signed his $16 million franchise tag so the Dolphins could trade him.
The Browns have over $113 million in salary cap space, and they didn't mind paying a three-time Pro Bowl receiver to come to Cleveland. ESPN said the Browns are expected to work out a new contract with Landry. With Landry gone, 2018 is now a make or break season for Parker.
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Landry's departure adds a receiver to the Dolphins' long list of offseason needs.
The Cleveland player who recorded those 31 first downs just so happened to be running back Duke Johnson Jr. -in other words: Not a wide receiver.
Cleveland is likely to sign a veteran quarterback in free agency - perhaps Cincinnati's AJ McCarron - and the Browns can take the best QB in this year's draft class with the No. 1 pick.