New York Jets safety LaRon Landry is looking forward to seeing Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush when the Jets and Dolphins have their rematch this Sunday.
There’s bad blood between the two teams — especially between Landry and Bush.
During Week 3, Bush suffered a knee injury late in the first half. Landry drove his helmet into Bush’s knee. Landry didn’t make a flagrant attempt to injure Bush, but he refused to apologize for the hit.
“He will remember that hit,” Landry told the New York Post. “Every time he sees me, he’ll remember the hit if I’m in the box or coming downhill, he will remember that hit.”
Back on Sept. 23, Bush had 61 rushing yards on 10 carries. But he didn’t return in the second half.
“Just watch the way he runs,” Landry said. “We’ll see when he comes out here this Sunday. I’m not going to overtalk it and make a story.”
Landry will try to avoid the personal fouls that he was penalized with at the start of the season. But he’s not changing his style of play.
“If I get penalized, I’m not going to stop head hunting,” Landry said. “I’m not going to stop the way I play.”
Landry is confident the Jets (3-4) will beat the Dolphins (3-3) this Sunday.
“This game is a must win,” Landry said. “We can sweep those guys and also go into the bye 4-4. That’s what we’re striving to do and that’s what we will do.”