Landry is currently making $735,901 this season in year three of his four-year rookie scale contract he signed back with the Dolphins in June 2014. He will make $893,852 in 2017, per Spotrac.com.
Miami will not be giving Landry an in-season extension, as Jackson also reports that the Dolphins will wait for the conclusion of the 2016 season before attending to their players long-term status. The Dolphins’ cap space can inflate all the way to at least $36 million this spring.
The 24-year-old Landry has produced 75 catches, 820 receiving yards, and 2 touchdown catches through 12 games this season, leaving him on pace for back-to-back 1,000 yard seasons after a career 2015 season.
All three receivers are apart of the Dolphins young wide receiving core, so it seems likely that all three will be around next season and beyond.
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