Hamstring should allow Redskins' Landry to play vs. Cowboys

The Washington Redskins expect star safety LaRon Landry to shake a hamstring injury and play in Monday night's game against the Dallas Cowboys, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

Landry, a 2007 first-round draft pick, is coming off a monster 2010 season, but he missed almost all of training camp because of injuries and has yet to play this season.

Landry's hamstring has responded well to more work leading up to the game. Barring a setback in warm-ups, Landry should make his season debut.

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