Yesterday we reported on a story in which former San Diego Chargers great LaDainian Tomlinson said that team executives had asked him to come out of retirement.
Yesterday, Chargers executive vice president John Spanos shot that those rumors, and clarified the actually conversation that took place during the NFL Combine.
“When you see L.T., and you see the kind of shape he’s...
LaDainian Tomlinson is still getting used to retired life from the NFL.
And retired life must be really good because the former All-Pro running back has turned down an offer to return to the league.
Tomlinson told Michael Silver of Yahoo.com that he recently turned down an offer by the San Diego Chargers to return to the team.
Tomlinson was approached by new Chargers general manager...
Running back LaDainian Tomlinson signed a one-day contract
with the San Diego Chargers last June in order to officially retire with the
team. Apparently the Chargers want to extend that deal, as Tomlinson told Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports that he was offered an opportunity to rejoin San Diego “in
a very real capacity.”
Tomlinson said that he initially didn’t think the...
The San Diego Chargers have new sheriffs in town running the team.
As they move forward, they requested a trip to the past when they asked future Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson to rejoin the Bolts.
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It's hard for a professional athlete to retire. You no longer have an extraordinary stream of money coming in, the cheering stops and no more free travel and perks. It's not rare for your former team to ask you to come back but usually it's in a front office capacity.
Former San Diego Charger great LaDainian Tomlinson told Yahoo's Michael Silver that new San Diego...
LaDainian Tomlinson is enjoying retirement as he displays his analyst talents on NFL Network and Sirius XM radio. Tomlinson spent some time with Mike Silver of Yahoo Sports recently and let him in on some blockbuster information.
Tomlinson told Silver that the San Diego Chargers and their new regime asked him to come out retirement and play for the Bolts.
“I met [new general...
Following an illustrious career in San Diego, the Chargers brass asked Ladainian Tomlinson to come out of retirement and play again.
Despite enjoying retirement in Del Boca Vista for the past couple of seasons, future Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson told Yahoo! Sports’ Mike Silver that the San Diego Chargers wanted him to return and compete for them this autumn. The 5-foot-10, 215 pound Tomlinson, who San Diego took out of TCU with the fifth overall pick in the 2001 NFL Draft, last played for the...
Michael Silver of Yahoo Sports! reports that the Chargers recently tried to convince retired RB LaDainian Tomlinson to return to his former for the upcoming season.
Tomlinson explained that the Chargers were actually serious about the idea and were even willing to offer him a limited number of carries per game.
“I met [new general manager] Tom Telesco and [rookie head coach] Mike...
The San Diego Chargers may not be all too comfortable with Ryan Matthews as their running back. San Diego approached former running back LaDainian Tomlinson about returningn to the team.
Once one of the NFL’s best, Tomlinson turns 34 in June and retired after the 2011 season.
Speaking with Yahoo Sports’ Mike Silver Tomlinson said he declined the offer because returning to the...