Browns now have 21 days to bring the veteran wide receiver back to the active roster.
The Cleveland Browns designated wide receiver Jarvis Landry to return from the injured reserve list on Friday.
The club now has up to 21 days to bring Landry back to the active roster.
Landry is returning to practice after being on injured reserve since Week 3.
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) October 15, 2021
The move means that Landry can return to practice today as the Browns prepare for Sunday’s home game against the Arizona Cardinals. Landry has reportedly been running – but not practicing this week – so while he is back it would not be a surprise if the Browns wait until next week’s Thursday night game against the Denver Broncos to promote him to the active roster.
Landry suffered a sprained MCL on the second play of the Week 2 game against the Houston Texans and landed on the injured reserve list a few days later. In the two games he played this season, Landry had six receptions for 80 yards, and rushed twice for 13 yards and a touchdown.