The New York Jets are hoping lightning strikes twice in their secondary. After a one-year flier on safety LaRon Landry produced a Pro Bowl season in 2012, the team announced Tuesday that they have signed his older brother, safety Dawan Landry.
On a positive note, Landry hasn't missed a start in four NFL seasons. He recorded 100 tackles last season while holding his own in run support as an in-the-box strong safety. More importantly, he fills a position of need -- likely at a bargain-basement rate -- for a team with salary-cap issues.
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