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For much of this NFL offseason, speculation has surrounded WR Braylon Edwards and the possibility of his return to the New York Jets. Edwards departed the Jets as a free agent after the 2010 season and joined the San Francisco 49ers  last season. His productivity on the field was hampered by a lingering knee injury last season as he recorded just 15 receptions for 181 yards.The New York Post is reporting this morning that the Jets have abandoned the idea of bringing Edwards back for 2012. Edwards joined the Jets via a trade with the Cleveland Browns and the veteran receiver posted a successful 2009 season with New York. The Jets had a decision to make last season with both Edwards and fellow receiver Santonio Holmes both reaching free agency in the same year. New York opted to retain Santonio Holmes, inking him to a five-year deal worth $45 million dollars. There has been speculation that the Jets would try to acquire another veteran receiver to add to their youthful corps. Outside ...

The Jets were wrong to not bring Braylon Edwards back to the swamps of Jersey

The New York Post reported earlier today that the Jets have decided against bringing back wide receiver Braylon Edwards for a sequel this autumn in the swamps of Jersey. Since the 29-year-old Edwards was cut by the San Francisco 49ers … Continue reading →

The Jets will Officially Pass on a Braylon Edwards Return

  According to the New York Post, the ship has sailed for bringing back Braylon Edwards.  The team is pleased with the receivers they have currently and with Braylon rehabbing an injury, the question is will he land with any team for the 2012 season? The Jets have ruled out bringing back the wide receiver, The Post has learned. The team is happy with the group of receivers...

Tomlinson Happy To Retire With His Health

Amid the growing concern over NFL players’ health issues after they leave the game, recently retired running back and soon to be Hall-of-Famer LaDainian Tomlinson believes himself to be lucky. He is only 33 years old, still in good health, and never went under the knife for a serious surgery due to an injury. Not the type of health bill you’d expect from a back who had over 3...

Tomlinson to retire on Monday

LaDainian Tomlinson is calling it a career. The NFL's fifth all-time leading rusher will sign a deal and retire as a member of the San Diego Chargers, the team announced on Sunday. Tomlinson will hold a news conference at Chargers Park on Monday at 2 p.m. ET to announce his decision. Tomlinson amassed 13,684 yards over an 11-year career in NFL scoring 162 total touchdowns,...

Running Back LaDainian Tomlinson Retires From NFL

LaDainian Tomlinson’s career in the National Football League ended as it began, with the likely future Hall of Fame selection proudly holding up a San Diego Chargers jersey and displaying his charismatic smile. What happened between being drafted by the Chargers in 2001 and retiring as a Charger today was a lot of spectacular plays and thrilling moments. Tomlinson steps away...

LT Is An Entitled Prick

LaDainian Tomlinson was one of the best backs in the NFL for a long time – and he’s not set to retire – but he always thought he was better than he was. He had the best blocking fullback in the league in front of him and an unreal offensive line. Once that stopped, he stopped being productive. His reputation of being one of the “classiest” palyers in the NFL is off base...

LaDainian Tomlinson to retire with San Diego Chargers

LaDainian Tomlinson— who was the NFL MVP in 2006 and is the fifth-leading rusher in league history— is retiring after 11 NFL seasons. The San Diego Chargers said Sunday that Tomlinson would re-sign with the team and announce  his retirement from the NFL during a Monday press conference. Tomlinson— who will turn 33 on Saturday— was the fifth pick out of TCU by the Chargers...

Morning Playbook - Looking back at LaDainian Tomlinson's TCU career

Happy retirement LaDainian Tomlinson. Congratulations to future Pro Football Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson on retiring from a successful NFL career. Tomlinson retired Monday as the fifth all-time leading rusher and second on the rushing touchdown list in NFL history. Of course, before he became one of the top running backs in the pros Tomlinson was lighting up defenses...
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