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Jets preparing as if Landry can't answer Bell

When the Jets inked safety LaRon Landry to a one-year deal earlier this offseason, they knew it was a risk-reward move. When healthy, Landry's is among the NFL's top play-making safeties. The only problem, Landry is coming off consecutive Achilles injuries and his rehabilitation is going slower than anticipated. New York is prepared to begin the year without Landry in its the starting lineup.

Training camp is still about two months away, but the Jets already seem to be preparing for the possibility that their offseason gamble on LaRon Landry will not work out. The Jets signed Landry, whose 2011 season with the Redskins was cut short by a left Achilles tendon injury, to a one-year deal in March with the hope he would help solidify the safety position. But Landry's rehab has gone slowly...

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