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LaRon Landry Must Improve for the Indianapolis Colts to Succeed in 2014
In March of 2013, the Indianapolis Colts were armed with $46 million in cap space and plenty of holes to fill. The team was coming off of a surprising 11-5 run and a playoff spot in 2012 and was looking to take the next step into Super Bowl contention with a strong offseason.
With that boatload of cap space, it was assumed that the Colts would go after some key pieces in free agency to pick up a few more "blue-chip" players at the top of their roster. Looking back now, that free-agency class has been disappointing, and it starts at the top.
The Colts' two big signings were right tackle Gosder Cherilus and safety LaRon Landry. Cherilus signed a five-year, $34.5 million contract, while Landry signed for $24 million over four years. Both players were underw...
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