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Jarvis Landry Wants To Keep Games Played Streak Going

Jarvis Landry Wants To Keep Games Played Streak Going

Jarvis Landry Wants To Keep Games Played Streak Going

Jarvis Landy of the Cleveland Browns has not a missed a single outing in his first six years in the NFL. Over the course of each and every season, he has played sixteen total games.

Landry hopes to keep that streak alive for the foreseeable future.

“That’s one of the goals that I would set out for myself since I was a kid watching ‘Monday Night Football,’” he said.

“And it’s still something that’s in the back of my mind. Obviously I want to make sure that I’m going through this process the right way, too, and making sure that I’m healthy enough to be able to go out there and help the team win games and not hurt the team.”

Will Landry be able to successfully keep his streak alive? Time will tell.

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