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|1||09/10/2023||@Saints||L 15 - 16||1||1||0||0||0||0||0|
PRO: The Titans traded up to select outside linebacker Harold Landry III with the 41st overall pick in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft. From the start of his rookie season through 2022, Landry's 31 total sacks led the Titans. He participated in 64 consecutive contests before missing the entire 2022 campaign due to injury. Other than Jevon Kearse (38.0), Landry produced the highest sack total (31.0) by a Titans/Oilers player in his first four NFL seasons since individual sacks became an official NFL statistic in 1982. The Boston College product possesses a unique ability to bend the edge as a pass rusher and use his speed, athleticism and long arms to get to the quarterback. The 6-foot-2-inch, 252-pound defender signed a multi-year contract extension during the 2022 offseason and will be a key contributor to the Titans defense for years to come.
• In 2021, Landry was named to his first career Pro Bowl after ranking 10th in the NFL and leading the team with career-high 12 sacks. He also led the team with 14 tackles for loss and ranked second on the squad with a career-best 49 quarterback pressures.
• In 2021, Landry posted eight consecutive game with at least a half sack, the longest such streak of his career, joining Jevon Kearse (12 consecutive games from 1999 to 2000) as the franchise's only players to accomplish the feat since individual sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
• In 2020, Landry recorded 16 starts for the second consecutive season. He led the team with 5.5 sacks, a career-high 32 quarterback pressures and a career-high 10 tackles for loss.
• In 2019, Landry started all 16 games and led the team with a career-high nine sacks. He started all three postseason games in 2019 and tallied a team-best eight quarterback pressures.
• In 2018, made his NFL debut and appeared in 15 games on the season. His 4.5 sacks tied for third on the team and his 18 quarterback pressures tied for second.
• Landry could have entered the NFL Draft following his 16.5-sack junior season at Boston College. However, he chose to stay in school and received his degree in communications in December 2017.
• Landry enjoys traveling. One of his favorite getaways is Destin, Fla.
• He and his son, Greyson, share the same June 5 birthday.
• Landry's 26 career sacks at Boston College were exceeded in school history by only Mathias Kiwanuka (37.5 from 2002-05).
• In 2016, he set a Boston College record and led the nation with 16.5 sacks. His seven forced fumbles also ranked first nationally.
• The Spring Lake, N.C., native was selected by the Titans in the second round (41st overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft.
• In 46 career games playing defensive end for Boston College, he totaled 160 tackles, 26 sacks, 47.5 tackles for loss, seven passes defensed, 10 forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one interception. His sack total and tackles for loss total ranked second in Eagles history.
• As a senior (2017), played and started eight games before a season-ending ankle injury ended his year. Finished second on the team with five sacks and totaled 38 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss and two passes defensed. Named third-team All-ACC and SBNation honorable mention All-American.
• As a junior (2016), played in all 13 games and recorded 12 starts. Set the school's single-season record with 16.5 sacks, which led the nation. Recorded seven forced fumbles, which also led the country, while his 22 tackles for loss ranked fifth nationally and ranked second all-time for the Eagles. His numerous honors included Walter Camp second-team All-America, AP second-team All-America, Phil Steele fourth-team All-America, second-team All-ACC (Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and head coaches), AP and Phil Steele first-team All-ACC, the Division I Gold Helmet of the Year and the George "Bulger" Lowe awards.
• As a sophomore (2015), appeared in all 12 games with 11 starts, including the final nine games of the season. Recorded 60 tackles, 15.5 tackles for a loss, 4.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. Earned honorable mention All-ACC honors from the league's coaches. He was a member of a defense that was ranked first nationally in total defense (254.3 yards per game). In the ACC, tied for fourth in forced fumbles and tied for eighth in tackles for loss.
• As a freshman (2014), appeared in all 13 games and recorded 11 tackles and 1.5 tackles for a loss.
• Graduated from Boston College with a degree in communications in December 2017.
• He and his wife, Danielle, have two sons, Greyson and Ollie.
• At Pine Forest (Fayetteville, N.C.) High School, earned Semper Fi All-America honors as a senior in 2013. Also garnered Associated Press All-State and first-team All-Conference honors in 2013. Ranked seventh among all high school players in North Carolina by Rivals.com. Named the 2013 Mid-South Defensive Player of the Year. Finished the 2013 campaign with 96 tackles (78 solo), 15 tackles for a loss and 17 sacks.
• Tallied second-team All-Conference honors in 2012.
• List of favorites: (TV show) "Suits"; (movie) "Transformers"; (musicians) 21 Savage and Drake; (song on his pregame playlist) "Dreams and Nightmares" by Meek Mill; (meal) Honeycomb cereal; (dessert) vanilla ice cream; and (throwback jersey) Dwyane Wade's Marquette jersey.
• He is the son of Doreen and Harold Landry.
• Follow Landry on Twitter and Instagram at @haroldlandry.
• Born Harold Antonio Landry III on June 5, 1996 in Spring Lake, N.C.