CLEVELAND — There is finally some good news on the injury front for the Cleveland Browns.
The team has announced that wide receiver Jarvis Landry has been activated off of injured reserve, making him eligible to play in tonight's game against the Denver Broncos at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Landry has been on the injured reserve list since spraining the MCL in his left knee during the Browns' Week 2 game with Houston on September 19. The five-time Pro Bowler caught six passes for 80 yards and ran twice for 13 yards and a touchdown during the first two games of the 2021 season.
Since joining the Browns in 2018, Landry has amassed 3,070 yards receiving and 13 touchdown grabs on 242 receptions.
The return of Landry comes as the Browns' offense has been ravaged by injuries during the past two weeks. Quarterback Baker Mayfield (shoulder), running back Nick Chubb (calf) and running back Kareem Hunt (calf) will all be out for tonight's game. Cleveland is also monitoring the health of offensive tackles Jedrick Wills Jr. (ankle) and Jack Conklin (knee), as well as wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (shoulder).
3News' Ben Axelrod and Danny Cunningham contributed to this report
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