The Indianapolis Colts have kept busy during the first 48 hours of the free agency period and they decided to close out day two of the frenzy with another addition to their defensive backfield. Former top ten pick LaRon Landry visited with the team today and completed a deal before leaving town.
Per NFL insider Jason La Canfora:
LaRon Landry has signed a 4-year deal with the Colts
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 14, 2013
With the addition of Landry, the Colts secondary has now undergone a complete overhaul.
Landry and Antoine Bethea will start at the two safety positions, with Vontae Davis and recently signed Greg Toler will be the teams starting cornerbacks. When you add slot corner Darius Butler, who was signed this free agency period, the Colts have completely revamped their secondary and have received a massive boost in talent.
Well done, Colts.
The team is continuing their climb back up to the top.