Jarvis Landry: Miami Dolphins have to overcome officiating

Jarvis Landry has had enough of the officiating. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

Jarvis Landry has had enough of the officiating. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

MIAMI GARDENS–Jarvis Landry never has any hesitation speaking his mind and he’s hit his limit with the officiating lately.

After the Dolphins’ 26-23 win over the Cardinals today, Landry was asked whether Calais Campbell’s hit on Ryan Tannehill was clean. He didn’t directly answer that, but he let loose his overall opinion on Miami’s games have been called lately.

“Look man, we’ve had to beat the team, the weather and the refs for a couple weeks now,” Landry said. “(The Campbell hit) is something that is obviously not my call to make. It’s their call to make, and they didn’t make it.”

Campbell hit Tannehill in his left knee late in the third quarter, likely ending his season. Dolphins coach Adam Gase said the team is concerned that the injury is a torn ACL, though Tannehill will undergo further evaluation.

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