INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Day two of Colts’ mini-camp is in the books, and the secondary has been drawing attention for who’s not out there than who is.
Starting safety LaRon Landry did not practice on Wednesday. The Colts told us he is dealing with a lower body soft tissue injury. On Tuesday, he did not practice because he hadn’t yet taken a physical.
Landry is also the only player who did not attend voluntary OTA’s at the complex, opting to work out on his own instead.
“You wish everyone was here, but there are no utopias,” said Colts general manager Ryan Grigson. “When you have over 90 percent participation out of everyone throughout offseason, and 33 year-old vets. We’ve had great participation. You can’t force anyone to be here; that’s the long and short of it.”
Landry declined interview requests during mini-camp.
In addition to Landry, safety Delano Howell and cornerback Vontae Davis have been dealing with injuries throughout mini-camp. Grigson expects them to be fully ready for training camp.