LaDainian Tomlinson will retire a Charger after 11 seasons, two rushing titles (Shutdown Corner)
James Brown once said that "Money won't change you, but time will take you out." The Godfather of Soul could have been talking about all running backs when he unleashed that outstanding bit of philosophy, and one of the all-time greats is about to call it a career.
It was announced on Sunday morning that LaDainian Tomlinson, the league's fifth all-time leading rusher, will retire after 11 seasons. Tomlinson, who played for the New York Jets over the last two seasons, will sign a contract with the Chargers in order to retire with his original team. Tomlinson will speak about his retirement at a Monday press conference.
"There have been very few players in the NFL who have meant as much to their team as LT did during his career here,"
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