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Chris Landry is a veteran NFL scout who has worked for the Cleveland Browns and the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans. Previously he ran the annual NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis and served as an assistant coach at LSU. Landry is now a consultant for mulitple NFL teams and major college programs.
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Chris Landry talks about the Browns’ selection of DeShone Kizer in the second round, his upside at the NFL level and the need for him to break the bad habits before stepping on the field, the value in the organization got in the rest of the draft including kicker Zane Gonzalez and how the rest of the AFC North did in the draft
Chris Landry Says “It Doesn’t Make Any Sense” If Browns Really Want Trubisky And Let It Out Of The Building
Chris Landry the Browns’ trade talks with the No. 12 pick, why he’s still hesistant to believe the Browns really want Mitch Trubisky and let it out in the media, why he wouldn’t trade up from No. 12 and why O.J. Howard is better than any wide receiver in this draft…
Chris Landry of LandryFootball.com joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to the Scout’s perspective for the Browns in the NFL Draft.
Chris Landry Says Browns “Would Get Less Than Normal Year Value” For No. 1 Pick, True QB Interest Likely Under Wraps
Chris Landry talks about the last minute preparations teams go through in getting ready for the draft, trade conversations that develop in the process, the Browns’ reported interests at quarterback and why there’s likely not enough value with the No. 1 pick to consider a trade…
Chris Landry Says Myles Garrett “Is Julius Peppers; Better Motor Than Clowney”; Cousins’ Demands Following Tag A Challenge For Washington
Chris Landry talks about the Patriots getting “significantly better” this offseason following their Super Bowl win, Kirk Cousins’ situation in Washington, how the Browns’ draft plan could be impacted by patience in the organization and just how good Myles Garrett could become…
Chris Landry Says “It Appears, No Doubt, That He (Pryor) Was Betting On Himself”; Britt “Very Talented, Easily Distracted”
Chris Landry talks about Terrelle Pryor’s signing with Washington, why he would have offered a one-year contract to Pryor to make him prove himself, the additions of Kenny Britt, JC Tretter and Kevin Zeitler and the Browns’ trade to acquire a 2018 second-round pick and Brock Osweiler…
Chris Landry Says “I Have No Questions” About Deshaun Watson’s Ability To Learn, But Temper Expectations Right Away
Chris Landry talks about the latest news in NFL free agency, the quarterback moves around the league and the impact those moves will have on other teams looking for one, his experience in the interview room with Deshaun Watson, Reuben Foster’s situation at the NFL Combine and why it won’t affect his draft stock and John Ross’ 4.22…
Chris Landry Says The “Workouts Are The Least Important” Aspect Of NFL Combine, But Help Backup A Player’s Film
Chris Landry talks about the over-analysis of the NFL Combine and the the false narrative that players are moving up draft boards because of their performance, the most important aspects of the combine, the breakdown of DeShone Kizer and Deshaun Watson, and the Browns’ plan with Terrelle Pryor…
Chris Landry Says “You’re Going To Have To Develop” Any Rookie Signal Caller, “There’s No Plug-And-Play Quarterback”
Chris Landry talks about the future for Kirk Cousins, Larry Fedora’s comments on the learning curve for Mitch Trubisky and how it affects every rookie, why Davis Webb is an intriguing developmental quartertback, the over-valuing of quarterbacks in the draft and the potential for Christian McCaffrey at the NFL level…
Chris Landry: “Until The Browns Get A Better Team, They Will Fire Coaches That Go On To Be Successful”.
Chris Landry of Landry Football joined Bull and Fox to talk Super Bowl and the NFL.