Free-Agent safety LaRon Landry has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL, for reasons that remain private at this time.
Landry had recently been disciplined by the league after a string of performance enhancing drug violations. He was first suspended four games last season as a member of the Indianapolis Colts for PED use. The safety was then suspended for ten games following another PED violation in March.
The NFL’s PED policy stipulates that a player will receive a two-year suspension after a third violation. If this suspension is related to PEDs, Landry will be not be eligible to apply for reinstatement into the league until September 25, 2017.