CLEVELAND — Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry decided to undergo hip surgery after he originally opted to do it during this offseason.
In an Instagram post on Thursday, Landry announced he had hip surgery on Feb. 4. The surgery was performed by Dr. Larson in Minneapolis.
“I was super happy with how things moved afterwards,” Dr. Larson said about the surgery.
A few hours after the surgery, Landry is shown in bed laughing while appearing in good spirits.
“As of now no pain, laid up, eating a mango and watching the game," said Landry.
Landry said he reconsidered his decision after playing in the Pro Bowl.
"I think going into Pro Bowl, I was off for three weeks and thinking I was going to feel better and playing a game, which obviously wasn't really a game, you know we were just jogging around and having fun and I realized how much pain I was in just doing that," he said while walking up and down a hallway on crutches.
Landry eventually made it back to Cleveland where he continued physical therapy.
In a statement, the Cleveland Browns said Landry is expected to make a full recovery for the 2020 season.
Both Browns starting receivers are recovering from surgeries. On Jan. 21, Odell Beckham Jr. had surgery on the core muscle injury that plagued him during his first year with the Browns