This means the receiver can now be traded as early as March 14, although a deal hasn't materialized.
The trade suggests that Landry's representatives and the Browns are closing in on a long-term contract extension. It could require sending a third-round pick to Miami in order to pry away Landry from the Dolphins.
The Ravens and Browns were among the teams interested.
Landry, who was selected 63rd overall out of LSU in the 2014 Draft, led the National Football League in receptions in 2017 with 112 catches for 987 yards and earned Pro Bowl honors for the third consecutive season.
"Y'all better understand s-- about to get SERIOUS".