Andrew Luck showed last week that he takes advantage of just about every single offensive weapon that he has at his disposal, and gets the most out of his players. If one of those key components is missing, the whole machine could come to a screeching halt.
Former Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry zipped across the end zone during an agility drill, showing the New York Jets how much closer he is to getting on the field.
The Redskins weakest link on defense in 2012 was at the safety position, but with six guys competing for two starting positions, Raheem Morris and Jim Haslett will likely find 2 guys with more to prove than all the rest and solve a problem that was bigger than all the rest.
One of the biggest question marks surrounding the Washington Redskins defense following last season was their secondary.
Former Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry did not join his New York Jets teammates for the start of their OTA’s this week.
The Redskins’ defense seems to look more and more different every year, with only two potential returning starters with more than 4 years in this town, and one of them is about to walk.
Former Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry wants to prove he is healthy before he gets a lengthy contract.
The Washington Redskins won’t have LaRon Landry or Donté Stallworth on their roster next season.
The Washington Redskins had a busy Friday afternoon, placing their franchise tag on tight end Fred Davis and extending tender offers to guard Kory Lichtensteiger and kicker Graham Gano.
The sixth overall selection in the 2007 draft out of LSU, Landry is Washington’s hardest hitter and probably its best athlete, but he missed 15 of the past 23 games because of the Achilles and he’s still ailing. Do the Redskins try to bring him back?