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Jim Trotter of SI.com recently spoke with NFL running back LaDanian Tomlinson, who told him that he’s 95% retired. He also said that it would take the right team and situation for him to play again.
I don’t expect to see Tomlinson on the field again, since I don’t believe he can contribute the way team’s would need him to. He just doesn’t have what it takes to make the impact that he would be expected to make.
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In the midst of a failed attempt to find a new home this offseason, it appears LaDainian Tomlinson already has one foot out of the door, and is leaning toward hanging up his illustrious cleats.
After speaking with the Canton-bound running back, SI’s Jim Trotter reports that Tomlinson considers himself “95 percent retired,” adding he’ll play only under the right circumstances...
The introductory mini-camp for rookies has always offered a surplus of stories ranging from star-studded arrivals to just plain survival. From early round draft picks still beaming from the promise of millions and the glitz of Radio City Music Hall to those who were invited out for a shot at chasing their dream of playing in the NFL.For Josue Ortiz-Santana, an undrafted DE/DT from...
The San Diego Chargers have released outside linebacker Travis LaBoy.
LaBoy joined the Chargers in 2011 as an unrestricted free agent. He started 14 games and had 47 tackles and one sack.
The Chargers added depth at the position when they took Melvin Ingram of South Carolina with the 18th overall pick in the draft and signed free agent Jarret Johnson from Baltimore.
Jets CB Antonio Cromartie has closed his Twitter account. Is it temporary, permanent, or something else?
The Jets' special teams coach says he plans to use Tim Tebow.
The Daily News of New York reported Monday that Mike Westhoff said he had discussed the plan with Tebow and the backup quarterback was amenable to it.
Without revealing specifics, Westhoff calls Tebow a ''more potent Brad Smith,'' referring to the versatile former Jets receiver who was a college QB...
The San Diego Chargers on Friday will host a celebration of Junior Seau , the 20-year NFL star who died Wednesday. The team announced it will hold the event at Qualcomm Stadium at 6:30 PST to honor Seau, who played 13 seasons with the Chargers (1990-2002). Guest speakers will share memories of Seau at the event, where admission and parking will be free. Seau, 43, who played...
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Saints QB Drew Brees was among the family and friends who came together Sunday in Oceanside, Calif., to honor the late Junior Seau with a “paddle-out.” San Diego Chargers great, Junior Seau passed away Wednesday from a self-inflicted gunshot to the chest. Seau was an avid surfer throughout his life and the Hawaiian tradition...
Before he was leading the New Orleans Saints to glory, Drew Brees played for the San Diego Chargers. During his two campaigns there he got to know LB Junior Seau.
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"Saturday Night Live" poked some fun last night at New York Jets Tim Tebow plus several other NFL players including Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Ray Lewis and Troy Polamalu during their EA Sports video game skit.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva, both the Cincinnati Bengals and New York Jets are interested in free agent wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
Edwards was hobbled by injuries last season while playing for the San Francisco 49ers, which ended up leading to him being released before the end of the season.
The Bengals could use a nice complement along with A.J. Green...
Matt Simms, son of CBS analyst and former New York Giants Super Bowl winning quarterback Phil Simms, has been signed by the New York Jets. Simms was signed after the Jets wrapped up their weekend rookie minicamp. It is being reported that the New York Giants, his father’s old team, also worked out the youngest Simms family member but drew no interest. Simms attended Jets workout...