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New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson was a guest on Showtime’s Inside the NFL and boy did he expose just how dysfunctional the Jets were this season.
Tomlinson said that quarterback Mark Sanchez is “a bit pampered because he has no competition” and that Sanchez’s problems with receiver Santonio Holmes is “as bad as I’ve been around.”
Tomlinson disagree’s with one Jets player’s opinion that Sanchez is “lazy” and indicated that they need to bring in a good back up to push him.
“He has no real threat to say this guy may take my job,” Tomlinson said.
Tomlinson said that the Jets locker room got more dysfunctional as the season went on and by the end of the season, it was really bad.
“It is as bad as I’ve ever been around, honestly,” Tomlinson said about the relationship between Sanchez and Holmes. “You know it was at the point where I think the players could no longer do anything about it. There was nothing that the players could do. So when it gets to that po
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Veteran running back LaDainian Tomlinson said the New York Jets'
locker room turmoil existed all season and the relationship between
Mark Sanchez and Santonio Holmes was "as bad as I've ever been
The rift between Mark Sanchez and Santonio Holmes of the New York Jets was "as bad as I've ever been around," LaDainian Tomlinson revealed in a television interview.
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