The Cleveland Browns wide receiver suffered an MCL sprain in the win over Houston and could miss the next couple of weeks.
Jarvis Landry only played two offensive snaps in the win over the Houston Texans Sunday and that was due to an injury suffered on the second play of the game. The early reports during the game was a knee injury which has since been revealed as an MCL sprain. Landry is considered week-to-week, but could miss the next couple of games.
#Browns coach Kevin Stefanski told reporters that WR Jarvis Landry has an MCL sprain and is week-to-week. It’s relatively minor, so sounds like 2-3 weeks.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 20, 2021
Kevin Stefanski wold not say whether or not Landry would go on IR.
#Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said we'll see whether Jarvis Landry goes on IR (would need to miss at least 3 games if he goes on IR)
— Nate Ulrich (@ByNateUlrich) September 20, 2021
Without Jarvis Landry in the lineup the passing game took an obvious hit. Baker Mayfield, who dealt with an injury of his own, completed a high percentage of passes while not really being all that that threatening through the air. If the Browns are going to be without Landry in addition to already being without Odell Beckham Jr., the passing game could continue to look a little underwhelming.