Browns expect Jarvis Landry to be ready for season after hip surgery

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry underwent surgery earlier this month to repair a nagging hip injury that hampered him throughout the 2019 season.

Landry had the surgery Feb. 4. A team source said Landry is expected to return at some point during training camp. The team said he is expected to make a full recovery for the 2020 season.

Dr. Chris Larson performed the surgery in Minnesota.

Landry, who was selected to his fifth Pro Bowl, caught 83 passes for 1,174 yards and 6 touchdowns in 2019. He didn't miss a game, but was limited in practice on the injury report for most of the season.

Landry said in a video he posted on Instagram that going into the Pro Bowl, he thought he could work with doctors to "formulate a plan to manage me again throughout the year" without the surgery.

He changed his mind after the Pro Bowl.

"I realized how much pain I was in," he said. "... I was kind of happy I went to Pro Bowl, because that was more of an indication that I needed the surgery."