Jarvis Landry undergoes hip surgery, expected to be ready for 2020 season

Landry has change of heart after injury limited him in 2019

Daryl Ruiter
February 20, 2020 - 8:39 am

CLEVELAND, Ohio (92.3 The Fan) – Browns receiver Jarvis Landry had a change of heart and chose to have surgery on his problematic hip.

Landry announced the decision in a lengthy video posted on his official Instagram account early Thursday morning.

The surgery was performed Feb. 4 in Minneapolis by Dr. Chris Larson Landry said.

In December, Landry indicated that if he opted for surgery the recovery time would be anywhere between six to eight months, meaning he will sit out the offseason program and likely the beginning of training camp.

Landry and the Browns expect him to be ready for the start of the 2020 regular season according to a team spokesman.

Landry was selected to his fifth Pro Bowl after leading the Browns in receptions with 83 and 1,174 yards.