Kyle Terada-USA TODAY SportsMuch has been made about the potential trade of San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers this offseason, although the possibility has been gaining traction over the past week. Now, former Chargers superstar running back LaDainian Tomlinson has chimed in and said that he doesn’t think Rivers will be back with the team in 2015.
The NFL Network asked...
Uncertainty has clouded the future of San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and what stadium he’ll call home during the 2015 NFL season.
From rumors connecting him to the Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans to his lack of desire to play in Los Angeles should the franchise move to the City of Angels, Rivers’ football home seems to be anywhere but San Diego.
NEW YORK -- Shane Conlan played high school football in western New York on teams with some linemen who weighed 140 pounds.
He was discovered by longtime Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley, who decided to offer the 170-pound kid from Frewsburg a scholarship after watching him play basketball.
Conlan proved he belonged at his first college practice, and Bradley's faith in...
Melvin Gordon broke LaDainian Tomlinson's single game rushing record with 408 yards versus Nebraska. Can we give the man the Heisman Trophy right now?
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Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell was regarded as a big back during his collegiate career at Michigan State, approaching the 250 pound mark at 6’1”. He’s still a big back in his second season in the NFL, despite being more than 20 pounds lighter. But the weight drop has made a significant difference on […]
Slimmer Bell Draws Praise From Future HOF RB LaDainian...
Back in 2004, the San Diego Chargers made LaDainian Tomlinson the richest running back in NFL history by awarding him with a six-year, $60 million contract.
During that same year, Tomlinson built a pretty awesome home in Poway, Calif. The 2006 NFL MVP is selling it for $3.5 million, but once you see what it looks like you might begin to think that’s a steal.
The home has five bedrooms...
Former NFL running back LaDainian Tomlinson is selling his 10,000 square foot San Diego mansion and for only $3.5 million you can reside in an exclusive private community with your basketball court, wine cellar and rope bridge.
There is also a secret room that can only be entered through a hidden bookcase.
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TCU won one game in 1998, the first year LaDainian Tomlinson suited up for the Frogs. In the final game of the season, they upset cross-town rival SMU.
"We celebrated like we won the Super Bowl," Tomlinson said Thursday.
The former Frog was one of 12 players and two coaches inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Thursday.
Three years later, Tomlinson had amassed more...