The Cleveland Browns expect Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry to be ready for the 2020 season following hip surgery.
The team announced Thursday that Landry underwent surgery on Feb. 4, performed by Dr. Chris Larson in Minnesota.
The 27-year-old is expected to return "at some point during training camp," a team source told ESPN.
Landry, who has never missed a game in his six-year career, shared two videos on Instagram about the surgery. He said he had hoped to avoid the procedure but changed his mind after the Pro Bowl.
"I realized how much pain I was in," he said. "I was kinda happy I went to Pro Bowl because that was more of an indication that I needed the surgery."
Landry caught 83 passes for a career-high 1,174 yards and six touchdowns and earned his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl selection in 2019. He has 564 catches for 6,188 yards and 32 TDs in 96 games with the Miami Dolphins (2014-17) and Browns (2018-19).
--Field Level Media