If we do not resign Landry, this will be my lowest point ever as a Miami Dolphins fan. He has earned being my favorite player on the team. I cannot tell you much this will affect how I feel about this coaching staff and front office. If anyone hasn't noticed, Rich has been so disgusted that we haven't seen him since mid season, and he is a real diehard Dolphins fan. I am sick and tired of coaches letting top talent leave because they feel they are not "their guy" and they cannot control them. Admit it, we've drank this kool-aid every single time, but not any longer for me.
And I am sure they are thinking that winning will bring back the fans. How many times have we gotten better by letting good talent leave so the coach can have his people? Aside from Ajayi (who I admit was a head case), I cannot remember a time. It always dilutes the talent, and no one has stepped up to fill the hole.
Resign him. Next year, cut the fat.
Just as he is with the Dolphins, Landry was a favorite among the AFC quarterbacks all week. That was partly because he refused to treat this like an exhibition game.http://dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachpost. ... a-dolphin/
“He’s super competitive, and him and I are similar in that way,” Carr said. “We love to compete. He’s somebody that takes football seriously all the time. If we would’ve lost this game, that would’ve hurt him. Jarvis is my guy. I love him. I love playing with him.”
Miami safety Reshad Jones noticed Landry going hard, too, and grinned knowingly as he said, “That’s all he knows. He goes 100 percent all the time. That’s just him.”