MIAMI GARDENS — Jarvis Landry’s likely last appearance as a Miami Dolphin came at Hard Rock Stadium on Friday night.
Landry hosted “Jarvis Jam,” a long-planned event to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Landry learned earlier in the day that he will soon be traded to the Cleveland Browns.
“As stressful as it may seem, I tried to enjoy (the process),” Landry said. “I’m happy. I’m happy. I can live with what’s happened, because I know that I gave my all, all the time.”
Landry is raising about $100,000 with his involvement in Friday’s special event.
“It’s everything, man,” Landry said. “To have the opportunity to use my platform to raise awareness about CF. And to have this event here, with a whole bunch of special people. And it’s been a success.”
Landry said that he left everything he had on the field in the for years he played for the Dolphins.
“I don’t have any regrets,” said Landry, who added that he did not have input in the Cleveland trade decision.
“Just going through the whole process with my agent and it kind of worked out that way,” Landry said.
Landry was asked specifically about his feelings about Cleveland and his future.
“I’m excited man,” he said. “I’m excited about the next chapter in my life. Most of all, I’m excited about the next chapter in my life. And creating this moment. And these memories. And this is a hell of a last memory, right here. Tonight is a hell of a last memory. So — that’s it.”