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ESPN is reporting that former LSU star and current Colts safety LaRon Landry has been suspended without pay for four games for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.

Landry is eligible to return to the active roster Oct. 27, the day after the Colts play at Pittsburgh.

Landry's suspension came on the same day that linebacker Robert Mathis, who was suspended four games for taking PEDs, was eligible to return to the team's facility. Mathis is out for the remainder of the season because of a torn Achilles tendon, which he suffered while he was working out during his suspension.

Landry, who had a disappointing first season in Indianapolis, has 23 tackles and a sack through the first four games.
Landry is from Ama, La (Hahnville HS) and played free safety for the Tigers from 2003-2006.
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LSUFANMICK118 months
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bhtigerfan118 months
No way, he's just naturally ripped. Hehe
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fidge gunkhaus118 months
i'm shocked, i tell ya
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