Now that LaDainian Tomlinson has officially closed the book on his NFL career, the next stop for the former San Diego Chargers star is Canton, Ohio. In his 11-year career, Tomlinson racked up 162 total touchdowns and more than 18,000 yards from scrimmage. He holds the NFL record for total touchdowns, rushing touchdowns and total points in a single season, among many other records. The video-game numbers LT put up during the prime of his career make him a lock for the Hall of Fame.
One thing Tomlinson was never able to accomplish, however, was winning the big one. He came up just short several times with both the Chargers and Jets, but LT says he would rather be inducted to the Hall of Fame than win a Super Bowl anyway.
"(I'd rather be a) Hall of Fame player without a ring, because you've got to sacrifice so much individually just to be good," Tomlinson said on NBC SportsTalk. "They draft you individually, and you've got to back them up and make them right. I think ...