The New York Daily News reports free agent SS LaRon Landry is "likely" to sign with the Colts.
Free agent SS LaRon Landry has a Thursday visit scheduled with the 49ers if the Colts let him get out of town.
The Indy Star's Phillip B. Wilson tweeted Tuesday night that he "wouldn't be surprised" if the Colts signed free agent LaRon Landry.
Free agent SS LaRon Landry will visit the Colts.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that the 49ers, Cardinals, and Bucs are possible suitors for free agent SS LaRon Landry.
The Detroit Free Press is "hearing" LaRon Landry may be a more likely free-agent safety target for the Lions than Dashon Goldson and Glover Quin.
The Eagles are reportedly one of the teams that has expressed interest in free agent SS LaRon Landry.
NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline passes along "word" from the final few days of the Combine that free agent SS LaRon Landry is unlikely to receive the contract he's currently seeking.
ESPN New York's Rich Cimini says he could easily see the Jets losing free agents SS LaRon Landry, RG Brandon Moore, DE Mike DeVito, Shonn Greene, and Dustin Keller.
The Jets have reportedly "made it known" that they'd like to re-sign free agent SS LaRon Landry.
According to ESPN New York, free agent SS LaRon Landry is "believed" to be seeking $6 million a year.
ESPN New York characterizes the Jets' chances of re-signing free agent SS LaRon Landry as "remote."
Impending free agent SS LaRon Landry was limited to 35-of-58 snaps in the Jets' finale as punishment for missing the team bus.
ESPN New York considers free agent SS LaRon Landry "highly unlikely" to re-sign with the Jets.