Indianapolis Star "Once-suspended safety LaRon Landry has earned his starting position back, Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Wednesday. Apparently, Landry has done everything the coaching staff has asked of him since returning from a four-game suspension for use of performance-enhancing drugs. Landry..." January 07
Covers.com "The Indianapolis Colts activated defensive back LaRon Landry off the suspended list after he sat out four games for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancing substances. The Colts' secondary hasn't missed a beat without Landry, thanks to the strong play of cornerbacks Vontae Davis and..." November 04
Indianapolis Star "Colts starting free safety LaRon Landry, part of the team's high-priced 2013 class of free agents, will miss the next four games while serving an NFL-issued suspension for a violation of the league's performance-enhancing drug policy. Landry will be eligible to return to the Colts' active..." October 01
Indianapolis Star "Colts free safety LaRon Landry has been suspended without pay for the next four games for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances, according to a release by the NFL. Landry will be eligible to return to the Colts' active roster on Oct. 27 following the team's Oct. 26 game..." September 29
Pagano said Landry and Freeman are officially good to go Sunday against Denver
No surprise here but Colts will be without LaRon Landry this Monday. He'll be ruled out.
Pagano: S LaRon Landry RB Ahmad Bradshaw won't practice today.
Safety LaRon Landry (ankle) is out vs San Fran and lineabacker Pat Angerer (knee) is doubtful. Could be a long day in the Bay Area for Indy
CBSSports.com "LaRon Landry may not have had many free-agent visits lined up but as the old saying goes, it only takes one. And for Landry, that comes in the form of the Colts and a four-year, $24 million deal ($14 million guaranteed), according to CBS Sports Insiders Jason La Canfora. The Colts later..." March 14
New York Post "Darrelle Revis is not the only piece of the Jets’ secondary that may be too expensive for the team to hold onto. The team is trying to figure out a way to re-sign safety LaRon Landry, according to a source, but his price tag may be too high for the cap-strapped club and he is expected to hit..." February 28
Buffalo Rumblings "For much of this week, Buffalo Bills fans have been discussing the idea of pursuing New York Jets free agent safety LaRon Landry this off-season for two reasons: Landry revived his career last season playing defense for Mike Pettine, and the Bills released starting safety George Wilson on..." February 14