LaRon Landry Pays Tribute To Sean Taylor With Facemask Tape


LaRon Landry was drafted 3 years after Sean Taylor by the Washington Redskins and got to play with him for part of Taylor's last season. This week marked the 7 year anniversary of Taylor's passing, and Landry appears to have paid tribute to his fallen former teammate by wearing the facemask tape that Taylor made famous after a confrontation with former Redskins Defensive Coordinator Gregg Williams. It was recently featured in the A Football Life episode highlighting Taylor's life. Gregg Williams still has Taylor's facemask in his office to this day.

Last month, Landry shared this story on his instagram about his plans to play at Miami with Taylor, but he chose LSU instead. The two ended up playing together in Washington during Landry's rookie season.