LaRon Landry may not have had many free-agent visits lined up but as the old saying goes, it only takes one. And for Landry, that comes in the form of the Colts and a four-year, $24 million deal ($14 million guaranteed), according to CBS Sports Insiders Jason La Canfora.

The Colts later announced the news on Twitter.

Landry's aggressive style should mesh well with Chuck Pagano's scheme, even if the former first-round pick struggles with angles and can be inconsistent in pass coverage.

Indianapolis currently has Antoine Bethea and Tom Zbikowski at strong and free safety, and Landry could challenge the latter for playing time.