Jarvis Landry was yelling at everyone Sunday — including the opposing sideline.
During the Browns’ 38-24 loss at the hands of the Cardinals, Landry and other members of the Browns yelled at the Arizona sideline with a message: “Come get me.”
More fallout from the Jarvis Landry tirade during the Browns-Cardinals game: I’m told by two sources that before the game ended, ‘multiple’ Browns players yelled at the Arizona sideline to ‘come get me’–asking to come play for the Cardinals. Landry, I’m told, was one of them.
— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) December 16, 2019
The “come get me” line could be construed as competitive banter or trash talk, but given that the Browns’ wide receiver was caught on camera giving Cleveland head coach Freddie Kitchens an earful Sunday, maybe Landry doesn’t get the benefit of the doubt here.
Perhaps Landry has been taking notes from fellow teammates, though: A week ago, Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer reported that (presumably) disgruntled runningmate Odell Beckham Jr. had been pulling the same stuff, but before games.
“Throughout this year, Odell Beckham has told either players and coaches, before games, during games, ‘Come get me, come get me outta here,'” Glazer reported Dec. 8.
However this season shakes out for the Browns, at least they’ve delivered on the predicted drama — at 6-8, they’ve been through a season of ups and downs and there hasn’t been a shortage of headlines coming out of The Land.