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Jarvis Landry Reportedly Signs New Agent

Jarvis Landry on the field.

CINCINNATI, OHIO - NOVEMBER 07: Jarvis Landry #80 of the Cleveland Browns jogs across the field after beating the Cincinnati Bengals 41-16 at Paul Brown Stadium on November 07, 2021 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

NFL free agent wide receiver Jarvis Landry is changing his representation as he seeks out a new landing spot in the league.

Earlier this week, Landry reportedly ended his representation agreement with Klutch Sports agent Damarius Bilbo. He's already found a new partner.

Landry has signed with Roosevelt Barnes and Jovan Barnes of ISE Worldwide, per a report.

"Free agent Jarvis Landry has signed with new agents. He will be represented by Roosevelt Barnes and Jovan Barnes of @ISEWorldwide," Darren Heitner tweeted.

Some NFL fans have speculated Landy ended his representation with Damarius Bilbo of Klutch Sports because Landry has yet to sign a deal with a new team. He was released with the Cleveland Browns earlier this month.

However, there's an interesting backstory centered on their relationship.

"An interesting backstory here: In 2018, the NFLPA suspended Bilbo's certification for 12 months related to depositing an $18k check payable to Landry into his own account. The suspension was reduced to 3 months on a finding that it was a mistake + no intentional wrongdoing," Heitner added.

Landry now has new representation. He should soon have a new team as well.

The NFL free agent hasn't had much luck in free agency yet, though. It's possible that's why he changed agents.

Landry will end up somewhere for the 2022 season. However, he may get much less money than he was previously hoping for.