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Former LSU and current Miami Dolphins rookie wide receiver Jarvis Landry received high praise from both coaches and players after a team scrimmage on Thursday. Per MiamiDolphins.com:
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Playing for the Aqua team, Landry led all receivers with five catches for 67 yards, including a 21-yard pass from Ryan Tannehill.

“Jarvis, he’s ahead of the game,”?said fellow wide receiver Mike Wallace. “He plays like a three-, four-year vet already. He’s really smart and crafty. He’s going to be good for us.”

Head Coach Joe Philbin had this to say about Landry's performance:
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He's displayed good instinct and good natural football playing ability. He has good play speed, he gets out there, he's pretty decisive when he's there.

At this stage of his career, not surprisingly he may not be doing everything quite by the book exactly how you would like it to be done.

But what he does, he does fast and so if you're decisive, at least the quarterback is not going to get tricked. He's a guy that catches the ball so he's quarterback friendly in that regard.
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Most LSU fans considered him a better weapon than Odell Beckham. He is clutch .
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Hoover Hands Landry
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Not surprised one bit...good luck Jarvis
Reply90 months
Saints could have drafted him & kept they 3rd round pick. They still could have drafted a good Corner back in the 2nd or 3rd.
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High praise from Mike Wallace.
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He's going to be one of those 5-6+year consecutive 80+ reception 1000+ yard receivers, I know it.
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beast
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"But what he does, he does fast and so if yourdecisive, at least the quarterback is not going to get tricked"

**you're
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wish he was lighting it up on saturdays for one more year...
Reply90 months
good to hear...hope jarvis lights it up on Sundays....
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