Why Jarvis Landry's injury hurts the Browns the most
Cover 2 - A Podcast on the Cleveland Browns
Look around any position group on the Browns and you'll see an injured player. The offensive tackles are hurt. The defensive ends are hurt. There are injuries with the cornerbacks. On this week's Cover 2 podcast, Nate Ulrich and Dan Kadar break down the biggest injuries on the team. Arguably the one that hurts the most is wide receiver Jarvis Landry. Nate explains what the Browns are missing with the reliable veteran missing time. Against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, the Browns will need their cornerbacks to be healthy. This week's show closes with a look at the potent Arizona wide receiver group and why they could give the Browns some problems at FirstEnergy Stadium. Just like last week when the Browns played the Chargers, Nate and Dan disagree on who they pick to win this one.
Cris is joined by the Cleveland Browns standout wide receiver, Jarvis Landry.Cris and Jarvis begin with Jarvis’s humble beginnings growing up in Louisiana and having the support from his youth coach and how that’s impacted Jarvis to this day.Cris and Jarvis continue the conversation with how his friendship with Odell Beckham Jr. evolved over the years – from high school, to Louisiana State University (LSU) to being teammates in the NFL on the Cleveland Browns.While talking about the Cleveland Browns, Cris dives into the leadership role and the calming force Jarvis Landry has become since joining the team in 2018 and how he challenges and inspires his teammates. Cris also dives into the famous Jarvis Landry speech he gave his team and what that leadership role means to him.Jarvis Landry then dives into the Wide Receivers he’s watching, the growth he sees in his Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, what Ohio football culture means to him and the impact of a championship would mean to the midwestern state.Cris switches the playing field to talk about Jarvis’s off the field family legacy Jarvis hopes to create, his charitable ventures with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and his Cleveland Browns Walter Payton Man of the Year award.Cris continues the conversation with Jarvis’s love for the Wide Receiver position and words of inspiration for the younger generation of Wide Receivers.To finish off, the Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Cris Carter gives Jarvis Landry a motivational talk on trusting the Wide Receiver coaches and handling the coach criticism moving ahead of Jarvis’s 8th season.⏰ Chapters ⏰0:00 Intro01:00 Welcome Jarvis1:40 Jarvis Humble Beginnings2:45 Jarvis’s Family Growing Up3:50 Jarvis’s Friendship with OBJ (Odell Beckham Jr.) and His Time at LSU6:12 Jarvis’s Impact in Cleveland8:20 Jarvis’s leadership among Cleveland Browns Personalities9:55 Cleveland Browns Team Morale11:30 Jarvis’s Infamous Leadership Speech Challenging His Teammates13:27 Jarvis’s Wide Receivers to Watch14:56 Baker Mayfield Growth16:30 Ohio Football Culture18:36 Breaking the “Losing” Mentality20:05 Jarvis Leaving a Family Legacy Behind21:27 Jarvis’s Charity Work and Being Cleveland Browns Walter Payton Man of the Year Award23:00 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Work23:49 Love for the Wide Receiver Position27:00 Jarvis’s Words of Inspiration for the Younger Generation of Wide Receivers29:30 Cris Thanks Jarvis30:10 Cris Carter Advice to Jarvis on Trusting Wide Receiver Coaches, Criticism and Career Longevity36:38 Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How will the Browns' offense replace Jarvis Landry? Gotta Watch The Tape
Browns Plainly Podcast
On this Gotta Watch the Tape episode of the Orange and Brown Talk podcast with Doug Lesmerises, Ellis Williams and Scott Patsko, the guys tackle the question of how the Browns are going to replace Jarvis Landry for at least the next three weeks. Ellis takes that on in the second part of the podcast and comes up with one solution in particular.To start the pod, Scott looks at the Browns defense and some of its issues, especially what's gone wrong on third down. How much of that is the pass rush, and how much is something else?Thanks for listening to this episode of GWTT from cleveland.com.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
More Thoughts On Baker, Jarvis Landry, The Browns Defense, & The Bears
The Rebuild: A Cleveland Browns Pod
Jordan is back on the show with Henry to give his take on the Week 2 matchup, the impact of Jarvis Landry's injury to the offense, and Baker's early season success. Then, Jordan and Henry transition to the how they are feeling about the Browns in their Week 3 matchup against the Chicago Bears. You may be surprised about what you hear... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
PMS 2.0 330 - College Football Playoff National Championship Recap, Aaron Rodgers, Jarvis Landry, Darius Butler, & AJ Hawk
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
On today's show, Pat and the boys recap the National Championship and wonder if anyone will be able to challenge Alabama for the next 10 years if Nick Saban is around, Devonta Smith being an absolute stud, Mac Jones' pro prospects and much more. Joining the show for a shorter version due to a work day is Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers to chat about this weekend's game against the Rams, Aaron announces he'll be guest hosting Jeopardy!, Jalen Ramsey's trash talk ability, alien's being real, his donation to the Barstool Fund, and much more (20:32-37:58). Next, 5x Pro Bowler, friend of the program, coming off a huge game in a win against the Steelers in the playoffs, Jarvis Landry joins the show to chat about getting a playoff win for Cleveland, his mindset going into the game, the team's reaction to the Browns is the Browns comment, what has changed in Cleveland, AVP calling the plays, the celebration in the locker room, and much more (38:00-59:20). Later, 9 Year NFL veteran, co-host of the Man-To-Man Pod, Everything DB, Darius Butler joins the program to chat about Deshaun Watson, this weekend's playoff matchups, where he thinks certain coaches might wind up, the QB situation in LA, and more (1:02:35-1:28:35). Lastly, Pat and AJ chat a little bit more about the National Championship and check the pulse of the Buckeye Nation (1:30:55-1:47:01). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Underrated players to draft! + Blake is in love with Jarvis Landry??
Subzero Fantasy Football
In this episode, we talk about underrated players we’re targeting in the draft! Also blake professes his love for Jarvis Landry and some other interesting things. Enjoy and thanks for listening!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Updates on Jarvis Landry's rehab, J.C. Tretter running the NFLPA and coaching the Cleveland Browns
Cover 2 - A Podcast on the Cleveland Browns
Nate Ulrich and Dan Kadar of the Akron Beacon Journal are back talking the Cleveland Browns on this week's Cover 2 podcast. After having hip surgery in February, Browns wide receiver spoke to the media about his rehab process. Nate some thoughts on where Landry stands, on if he's the No. 1 wide receiver in Cleveland. He also spoke with Browns center J.C. Tretter, the new president of the NFL Players Association. In that role, Tretter will play a big part in the NFL coming back during the coronavirus pandemic. But is he optimistic that will happen? This week's show closes with some thoughts on the Browns participating in the "All In Challenge." Would you rather call 15 preseason plays for the Browns or have Michael Symon make you a meal while watching a game with Bernie Kosar.
Super Bowl LIV Recap & Reactions + Jarvis Landry & Stephen Jackson
The Complex Sports Podcast
We recap the entire Super Bowl, from who is most to blame on the 49ers to Miami being the GOAT city for the game. Later, Chopz talks to Jarvis Landry about Kobe Bryant, the Mamba Mentality, what went wrong for the Browns, and more. To wrap the episode Adam talks to Stephen Jackson about everything Kobe Bryant.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.