Colts heavy-hitting safety LaRon Landry missed his second consecutive day of practice today, as he has not yet received clearance from doctors after suffering a concussion in last weekend's dramatic come-from-behind win at home against the Chiefs.
In order to play, Landry will reportedly have to receive clearance from an independent neurologist, which is typical protocol for head-injuries. Landry was kneed in the head while making a tackle against Kansas City.
While Indy was able to pull out a victory, Alex Smith has his way with the secondary and entire defense for the majority of the game. Landry is a bruising defensive back who recorded 87 total tackles in 12 games played this season.
The Patriots already lost their intimidating defensive enforcer this week when Brandon Spikes went to IR, and it looks like the Colts could potential be without theirs as well. We will keep an eye on this as game-day approaches.