Toler has been impressive during organized team activities. He’s a ballhawk, as advertised, with little fear.
Landry is expected to bring something entirely different to the table — the kind of physically intimidating threat the Colts have lacked since Bob Sanders’ heyday.
He’ll likely slot in at strong safety, allowing Bethea to move back to free safety.
Landry is the biggest piece of the Colts’ puzzle that’s been missing so far this offseason. And there’s not much time left to kick the tires on him.
After mini-camp concludes on Thursday, Indianapolis will not get together again formally until training camp opens at Anderson University sometime in late July.
As Colts fans wait for the word on Bradshaw’s comings and goings, don’t forget about the new toy that’s already in the box.
It’s unclear how much of the monster Pagano has promised to build in Indianapolis is still under construction.
But Landry certainly looks the part.