Washington Redskins strong safety LaRon Landry confirmed that he will miss his team’s season opener against the New York Giants on Sunday after a setback in his rehab of a strained right hamstring. The safety also backtracked on tweets he posted that criticized the team’s medical staff. Instead, Landry took full responsibility for the setback, which he experienced while running Saturday.
“I was a little frustrated with the injury, little setback,” said Landry, who hasn’t played since last November because of a strained left Achilles’ tendon and the hamstring injury. He strained his hamstring while working to return to action in the third preseason game.
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