Washington Redskins' safety LaRon Landry has returned to the game against the Seattle Seahawks after missing nearly a quarter of action with a groin injury. Landry was taken out of the game early in the second quarter, but returned to the field midway through the Seahawks' first series of the third quarter.
Landry had left the game in the second quarter when he was victimized by a cut block on Marshawn Lynch's 20-yard touchdown reception. Landry went to the trainer's table for a while and emerged late from the halftime tunnel wearing pads. He eventually went back in the game a few plays into the Seahawks' opening drive, which ended when Steven Hauschka missed a 51-yard field goal.
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