Jarvis Landry: Browns QBs ‘a lot better’ than Miami’s

Does Jarvis Landry prefer his current quarterback to his last one?

It sure sounds that way.

Again, I didn’t do that in Miami with the quarterbacks because they didn’t want to do it. I would say that the chemistry and the type of guys that I’m around here makes me that much more excited because I know I’m going to be pushed at all levels at all times.

It’s crystal clear Landry wasn’t thrilled with Tannehill and Miami’s cast of signal-callers.

It’s entirely unclear why the veteran chose to publicly slam a former teammate — but that’s for another day.

According to TMZ Sports, an official at the resort located in Put-in-Bay, Ohio, confirmed that Hunt was involved in an incident but did not offer specifics.

The alleged victim reportedly did not seek medical attention, and he told TMZ that he does not plan on pressing charges.

In February, a 19-year-old woman¬†told police¬†that Hunt pushed her at a hotel in Cleveland. However, Hunt’s friends said that the accuser called Hunt the N-wordand punched one of his female friends.

The 22-year-old Hunt is set to enter his second NFL season after bursting onto the scene as a rookie in 2017.

He’s a very typical case of a kid with good size who hadn’t quite filled out and proven an ability to repeat or hold his velocity and his inconsistencies with his secondary stuff, said a scout based in the South. You could see it coming, but kids generally in this part of the country go to SEC-land rather than sign for fifth- or sixth-round money.

Mize has no problem putting the ball where he wants it. In 255 1/3 innings at Auburn, he has struck out 308 batters and walked 37. He throws his fastball in the 92-96 mph range and is equally confident in his slider, cutter and his signature pitch, a split-finger change that induces lots of strikeouts.

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