|Chance of Injury in 2020:||22%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||1.5%|
|Projected Games missed for 2020:||0.4|
Jarvis Charles Landry is currently 27 years old. He was born in Convent, Louisiana, and attended a nearby high school where he was a three-sport athlete, including basketball, football, and track. As a senior in high school, Landry caught 51 passes for 716 yards and 11 touchdowns, capping off an impressive high school career where Landry went over 3,900 yards, 50 touchdowns, and rushed for another 14 scores. He was a member of the Under Armour All-American Game, where he set a record of catches with eight.
Colleges recruited Landry as a five-star recruit and the nation's 4th best wide receiver. He decided to stay in-state and attend LSU under Les Miles. Despite playing in all 14 games as a true freshman, he only caught four passes for 43 yards. In his sophomore year, playing 13 games, Landry caught 56 passes for 573 yards and 5 touchdowns.
In his junior year, he combined with a fellow elite wide receiver (and best friend) Odell Beckham Jr. to form one of the most prolific wide receiver duos in all of college football. He caught 77 passes for 1,193 yards and 10 touchdowns over ten games.
Landry was listed at 5’ 11 ½” and weighed 205 pounds, running a 4.77-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine. The Dolphins chose him in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the 12th wide receiver taken that year.
Despite being a rookie, and buried on the depth chart behind fellow wide receivers Mike Wallace, Richard Matthews, and Brian Hartline, Landry was impressive, finishing with 112 targets, 84 catches for 758 yards and 5 touchdowns. Not many rookies get targeted 112 times in their rookie season!
In his second season, Landry saw an obscene 166 targets. He reeled in 110 catches for 1,157 yards but only 4 touchdowns. Landry continued to dominate targets in 2016, with 131 targets, and in 2017 he had 161 targets and a career-high 112 catches.
Statistically speaking, Landry's best season w…
|Feb 4, 2020||NFL||Inguinal Hip Fracture||Landry underwent offseason hip surgery. He's reportedly expected to be back at some point during training camp.|
|Sep 29, 2019||NFL||Head Cranial Concussion Grade 1||He exited late in the third quarter after suffering a concussion vs. Ravens. He was cleared for the next game.|
|Nov 22, 2015||NFL||Knee Strain Grade 1||Landry strained his left knee in Week 11 but didn't miss any time.|
|Oct 5, 2013||Non-NFL||Pedal Foot Sprain||An October foot injury limited Landry in practices but didn't cost him in any games.|
|Jul 1, 2011||Non-NFL||Pedal Foot Fracture||Landry suffered a stress fracture in his foot in summer 2011. He started his true freshman season on time but had his role and production limited.|