by
10 Comments
Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU and current Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry set an NFL record on Sunday for the most receptions in his first five seasons.

Landry is now up to 429 receptions and has 11 games left this season to add on to his total. He passed Larry Fitzgerald on Sunday who previously held the record with 426 receptions. Per ProFootballTalk:
quote:

With five catches for 69 yards in Sunday’s overtime win over Baltimore, Landry surpassed Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald for the most receptions in the first five years of a player’s career.

Landry has 429. Fitzgerald had 426. Landry could end up with close to 500.
Filed Under: LSU Football
10 Comments
user avatar
ColeLSU69 months
He'll be surpassed by Michael Thomas unfortuately. But Landry has been a great pro so far.
user avatar
Lsutiger242469 months
not sure why that would be unfortunate...
user avatar
ColeLSU69 months
bc its nice that a former Tiger have that accolade..... not saying anything negative towards Thomas, but he didnt go to LSU....so obviously I'd rather Juice retain that stat
user avatar
SoulGlo69 months
Still one of my favorite Tigers of all time. Congrats, Juice. Push for 500 this year
user avatar
Monroelegend69 months
Future HALL OF FAMER!
user avatar
TKLSUMD69 months
My favorite Tiger receiver ever. Made circus catches routinely. Best was against Arkansas.
user avatar
alumni9569 months
From what I can tell, Juice deserves all the good things that are continued headed his way.
user avatar
Westbank Hank69 months
5 seasons? Damn its been that long?
user avatar
scottfruget69 months
Glad we saved his hands running the toss dive under Miles so he would be well rested for this major accomplishment! Congrats!
user avatar
Black n Gold69 months
Did give him the opportunity to make for some vicious blocks. I remember his blocks almost as much as his catches.
Popular Stories
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram