LT’s Future

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Feb 092010
 

Now that the NFL season is officially over teams will be allowed to start releasing players. LaDainian Tomlinson aka LT has been one of the league’s best running backs for the past 9 seasons. After falling short of the Super Bowl this season it appears that the Chargers will move on from LT. He has stated in the media that he has played his last down for the Chargers. Being on the opposite side of 30 years old has many teams pondering taking a chance on the former MVP. The Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints have been been rumored to have interest in LT. What do you think is in store for LT’s future? Should the Chargers allow the Greatest RB ever to wear their uniform finish his career out with the team that drafted him? Post your LT thoughts….

Mose

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  3 Responses to “LT’s Future”

  1. LT is a legend! It is a shame in this day of team sports most great athletes are not allowed to walk away wearing only one uniform for their career. Best of luck LT thanks for the memories!!

  2. I think the best thing for both the Chargers and LT is the Hollywood Divorce. I think LT is a great back, but his time in SD is over. And that’s not something to be sad about. I don’t think see him in another uniform is a terrible thing, I think he needs the new life. He has had 2 sub-par years and if he’s going to continue to play, a change of scenery is essential. I think the Texans, Eagles, or Seahawks are a good fit…

  3. His career is totally finished!! He should wrap it up before he tarnishes a beautiful career even more.

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