ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry says he plans on returning from his hamstring injury for Monday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Landry said Wednesday it’s time to “untame this beast.” He hasn’t played in a game since last Nov. 15 when his season ended early because of an Achilles’ tendon injury.
The Achilles’ tendon healed during training camp, but fifth-year veteran pulled his hamstring warming up before the exhibition game against Indianapolis on Aug. 19.
Says Landry: “The only thing I’m anticipating is me playing on Monday night. Everything else is out of my control. I can’t speak for (the coach). I can’t rush God. If it ain’t ready, it ain’t ready.”