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Miami will receive a 2018 fourth-round pick and a 2019 seventh-round pick in return, according to Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot.
Long the subject of trade rumors, it took just one day for the Dolphins to move Landry after he signed his franchise tag with the team.
Schefter also reported that the Browns are working on a new contract for their pass-catcher, with a deal expected to be agreed upon. The trade cannot be made official until March 14.
The former second-round pick caught an NFL-high 112 passes in 2017 for a career-high nine touchdowns. However, he also averaged a career-low 8.8 yards per reception.
The owner of 400 career receptions in just four seasons (an NFL record), Landry joins Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman atop Cleveland's receiving corps. He will provide a reliable pass-catching option to whoever winds up at quarterback for the Browns in 2018.
Despite moving to a franchise that owns a 1-31 record over the last two seasons, Landry appeared excited to join his new team.