Add safety LaRon Landry to the list of players least likely to return to the Jets. Apart from the fact that he’s becoming a free agent in March and has said there will be no hometown discount for the team he called home for only one season, Landry has publicly questioned the team’s Tebow strategy in 2012.
“It got to the point where Tim’s going into the game, it’s going to be a power,” Landry said Wednesday on ESPN, via Seth Walder of the New York Daily News. “I would have loved to see him throw the ball a little more.”
Landry said he thought that Tebow would be more involved, and that there was a sense of uncertainty among the players regarding the quarterback situation. “Certain days I went into the office thinking, who’s going to be up?” Landry said. “Which quarterback is going to be up?”
Still, Landry said he “most definitely” would like to be back with the Jets. Given the team’s cap space (or lack thereof) in 2013, that’s almost definitely not happening.