Colts release LaRon Landry
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (TheSpread) – The Indianapolis Colts released a trio of players on Wednesday, most notably is safety LaRon Landry, who was in the middle of a four-year deal.
According to ESPN, the Colts released Landry along with linebacker Andrew Jackson and offensive lineman Xavier Nixon. Landry was signed to a four-year, $24 million contract in 2013, but he hasn’t quite lived up to that contract in his two seasons in Indy, which included a four-game suspensions for using PED’s last season. Landry had a total of 104 tackles and 2.5 sacks in his two season with the Colts.
According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Indianapolis Colts are getting 14/1 odds to win Super Bowl 50 next year. The Seattle Seahawks are the favorites to win it all next season, as they have 11/2 odds. New England has the nest shortest odds at 6/1.
The Colts are coming off an 11-5 regular season in 2014 where they won the AFC South championship once again. The Colts then made a run to the AFC Championship Game, defeating the Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos in the playoffs before losing 45-7 to the Patriots.