One of the lowest lows of the Washington Redskins' 59-28 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles was LaRon Landry taunting DeSean Jackson and then allegedly spitting on Eagles center Mike McGlynn. It added insult to injury after a humiliating defeat.
However, we can close the book on the latter allegation, at least for now. The NFL has decided not to discipline Landry because there is no conclusive evidence that he spit, according to NFL Network's Jason La Canfora.
No discipline given in LaRon Landy spitting allegations. Not conclusive evidence
Now, that doesn't necessarily mean it didn't happen. Visual evidence suggests Landry and McGlynn were near each other on the play in question. But perhaps McGlynn felt something else than spit, or perhaps Landry did something else. Or, maybe Landry did it. Or, maybe he didn't. We just don't really know.
All we know is that Landry will not be disciplined by the NFL. Hopefully, he and the team can now move forward.