Safety LaRon Landry is currently out of the NFL after spending his last two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, and he is under suspension for 10 games due to repeated PED use.
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If NFL teams are willing to take a chance on Landry solely for his strength though, they will not be disappointed as Landry has muscles big enough to make almost any gym rat feel weak.
The safety began his career with the Washington Redskins in 2007 before leaving after the 2011 season.
His career as a whole can be summed up as a disappointment since he did not live to expectations that came with being drafted sixth overall.
However, he spent a season with the New York Jets in 2012 and made the Pro Bowl after racking up 100 tackles with two interceptions and four forced fumbles.
Landry was released by the Colts due to him being a defensive liability, but he still offers plenty of upside as a hard hitter and can rack up tackles as he has reached at least 85 five times in his eight-year career.
It will be hard for the ripped safety to gain a team’s trust though since he has developed a reputation as a steroid user. The latest picture will not be reassuring either as it features him flexing his bicep that has grown even more.
Here is the picture of Landry flexing with his workout buddy from the SportsCenter Twitter account.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 3, 2015