LaDainian Tomlinson isn't holding any grudges.
After nine mostly banner seasons in San Diego, the New York Jets running back told media in a Wednesday video conference call that he has "no bones" against any member of his first NFL franchise.
"I'm sure there will come a day where I will come back and possibly retire as a Charger," said Tomlinson, who will face his former team for the first time Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J.
The reunion will be "surreal," Tomlinson says, admitting it will be emotionally easier than had it taken place at Qualcomm Stadium.
Of his former teammates, he said he keeps in most regular contact with cornerback Quentin Jammer.
He also speaks with Philip Rivers from time to time and plans to give him a "big ol' hug and a kiss" when he sees him.
There were reports during the 11th hour of Tomlinson's Chargers tenure that he was unhappy with his role in the San Diego offense. He said, in truth, he was simply disappointed to realize his time in San Diego was comi...