If so, Landry — who made his first Pro Bowl appearance last year in his only season with the New York Jets after five seasons with the Washington Redskins — will play a major role.
The Jets' defensive scheme is similar to the Colts', and Landry is familiar with free safety Antoine Bethea from joint offseason workout sessions over the years in Arizona.
He said everyone in Indianapolis has made him feel at home and admitted he had some pent-up energy to expend on the practice field. He also left no doubt about the role he sees for himself with the Colts.
"I'm going to give 110 percent all the time," Landry said. "I do anything to help my team win. Anything. So that's what they are going to get from me, a guy who put me on the front line and I'm doing it for the guys behind me."