Landry continues offseason work despite lacking long-term contract

Dolphins wide receiver prepares for big season

Jarvis Landry continues working through offseason drills
Jarvis Landry continues working through offseason drills

DAVIE, Fla. – Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry continues putting in offseason work.

The fourth year player out of LSU is on the last year of his contract.

The Dolphins and Landry have been discussing a long-term deal, but so far, nothing is done.

Landry said it never crossed his mind to skip voluntary workouts because his goal is to win a Super Bowl.

When asked if he would rather get a deal done before the season, Landry said, "wouldn't you?"

Landry also applauded when asked about the NFL's change to celebration rules.

Landry is known for being an emotional player and has been penalized for celebrations before.

Landry is a big priority for the Dolphins because of his big production.

Landry played 16 games all three seasons.

He had 110 catches in 2015 and 94 catches last season.

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