Landry is due to earn just under $900,000 in the final year of his rookie contract.
It would be an understatement to say he has outplayed that contract. Landry's 288 receptions are tied with former LSU teammate Odell Beckham for the most ever in a player's first three NFL seasons. His 612 yards after the catch last season ranked second among all receivers.
Might Landry skip offseason practices if negotiations aren't favorable? Coach Adam Gase shot down that theory on Tuesday.
"He's a football player that loves being part of our program," Gase said, via the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. "He'll be there. Trust me."
"We're going to do the right thing and work to keep our guys within our organization," Gase continued. "There is a big picture that not everyone looks at and we have to do our job of making sure we do what we need to do in the right order, the right way."