There is a scenario—and a realistic one—in which the Browns line up for their first offensive snap against the Steelers on September 9 with Josh Gordon and Antonio Callaway on the outside and Jarvis Landry in the slot. It could happen. In fact, if Callaway is in the stage of the program he is believed to be in and Gordon really is close to returning to training camp, maybe this is much ado about nothing.
As the story pointed out, things aren't off to a great start with Gordon not in camp and the recent issues with Callaway, who it seems like the Browns were really counting on. It's possible the above scenario plays out and everything is great for the Browns, but there could be a lot of question marks behind Landry if things don't work out.
2016 Fantasy Outlook
Despite the struggles in Green Bay's passing game last season, Janis saw just 11 targets, making two catches for 79 yards. But he did finally emerge in the team's 26-20 overtime loss to Arizona in the playoffs, catching seven passes for 145 yards and two scores on 11 targets. The 6'3", 219-pound Janis is a big-play threat and has a 23.8 yard/catch average on his four regular season catches. The Packers seem intent on giving Janis increased opportunities this season, and he'll get a chance to win the No. 3 job against disappointing Davante Adams. If he wins that spot, there would be some upside with Aaron Rodgers at QB, but he'd still be hit and miss on a weekly basis. Janis' ADP is 224th overall, so don't feel the need to jump too early.