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Jarvis Landry admits his hip rehab took an emotional and physical toll before the bye and he’s still recoveri –

On Sunday in 75-degree Jacksonville, the Browns are hoping to showcase their skill players more than they have lately.



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CLEVELAND, Ohio Browns receiver Jarvis Landry who turns 28 on Saturday admitted Friday that his long journey back from hip surgery took a physical and emotional toll but that he feels better now after decompressing during the bye three weeks ago.
That bye week really gave me some more life mentally after going damn near 50-60 weeks straight of just rehabbing, training and getting to the feel of practicing and trying to make sure I make the season,’ Landry said. Mentally, I was kind of overloaded…

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