How the Dolphins are screwing up the Jarvis Landry deal

The Miami Dolphins original logo is painted on Sun Life Stadium during an NFL football game against the New York Giants, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

The Miami Dolphins are botching another deal.

The latest contract negotiations with star wide receiver Jarvis Landry have hit a standstill as the two parties have hit yet another snag in money talks. According to Landry, he feels “disrespected” by the talks thus far as they seem to be very far apart on the final numbers.

There is no report on what the Phins are offering Landry, but it is being said that Jarvis wants a new deal around $58 million. Which when you compare to the other top WR’s in the game, isn’t really all that much. AJ Green has a 60 million dollar contract, Antonio Brown $68 million, and the highest paid wide receiver, Deandre Hopkins makes $81 million.

Landry’s contract would be more on par with Devante Adams of the Packers who makes $58 million.         All in all, Landry is due for a payday. Whether it comes from Miami or not remains to be seen.



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