Youth Miami Dolphins Jarvis Landry Nike Aqua Limited Jersey

Youth Miami Dolphins Jarvis Landry Nike Aqua Limited Jersey
Youth Miami Dolphins Jarvis Landry Nike Aqua Limited Jersey

Miami Dolphins Jerseys As Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry was preparing for the Pro Bowl in Orlando on Wednesday afternoon, team management at the Senior Bowl was saying talks for a discussion have yet to begun.

This is not cause for alarm. Yet.

The Dolphins want Landry in the fold for the long-term. They recognize his value to the team. They understand what he means to his teammates and to the fan base, which adores him.

What some agents at the Senior Bowl were predicting about the pending Landry negotiation was interesting.

Complicated. Delicate. Perhaps difficult.

Because of how Landry likely Cheap Jerseys perceives himself — in the same stratosphere as Pro Bowlers A.J. Green ($15 million/year), Julio Jones ($14.2 million), Dez Bryant ($14 million), and Demaryius Thomas ($14 million).

The club may view a fair deal for Landry more in the range of Pro Bowler Doug Baldwin ($11.5 million).

The web site calculates Landry’s market value at $12.5 million/year, suggesting fairly comparable players as Baldwin, T.Y. Hilton ($13 million), Keenan Allen ($11.25 million) and Marvin Jones ($8 million).

Perhaps $12 million a year will be the eventual landing spot on a deal both player and club would like done.

As for why discussions with
Cheap nfl Jerseys Landry’s representative have not yet occurred, Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said Wednesday: “Again, just making sure we evaluate our roster right and then we’ll worry about the guys right now with the immediate free agents and then we’ll start working towards the guys that are still under contract.”

Miami is going to work to secure deals for unrestricted free agent wide receiver Kenny Stills and defensive end Andre Branch first. Both players were key contributors in 2016, but there is a delicate balance.

Recognizing the importance of keeping your own. But not over-extending to do so.

“We want to keep our own,” Dolphins executive Mike Tannenbaum said. “We’re never going to bat 1,000. The system just is not set up for it. We’ve been able to extend some players before I started – some like Mike Pouncey or Ryan Tannehill we were able to do – but candidly, Customized Jerseys you can’t keep them all. We understand that and acknowledge that. We’ve studied it hard and we try to come up with offers that are fair, but knowing that – as Chris (Grier) just said – these guys earned the right (to be free agents) and some are going to do extremely well in free agency and we totally understand that…”

Recently on Instagram, Landry created a post that included the phrase “I feed my family with this don’t play with my money this year I’m serious..”

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