Posts Tagged ‘LaDanian Tomlinson’

Dear L.T. – Please Spare Yourself and Retire Now

Memo to LaDanian Tomlinson – retire. Tomlinson is still on the lookout for a new team, and told XX 1090 Radio in San Diego that he is open to still playing football. The 33-year old Tomlinson has yet to receive any interest for anyone. Tomlinson said is waiting to see if any teams show interest […]

L.T. Scores Twice, Jets Rally To Nip Broncos 24-20

“The more things change, the more they remain the same.” When LaDanian Tomlinson was playing for the San Diego Chargers, he would more often than not expose the Denver Broncos’ offensive line, rushing for 100 yards several times against the team from Colorado. Tomlinson is now a New York Jet, yet during Sunday afternoon’s game […]

Chargers Defense Dominant, Jolt Broncos 32-3

The Denver Broncos seem to be handicapped at the quarterback position – both figuratively and literally – as normal starter Kyle Orton has a bum ankle while reserve Chris Simms is, for a better choice of words, rusty, due to inactivity. As both teams met Sunday afternoon at Invesco Field at Mile High, the Chargers […]

Talks Keep Going About a Restructured Deal for Tomlinson

Today’s San Diego Union-Tribune reports that talks are still going on between the Chargers and running back LaDanian Tomlinson. There was talk last week that the team could have to release L.T. if he does not get his deal redone. Here is the report about the sides talking and the progress made and if a […]

Rivers Throws For 4 Touchdowns, Chargers Jolt Buccaneers 41-24

San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers probably will not go to the Pro Bowl – unless he is a paying customer – but his performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday was definitely Pro Bowl-worthy, as he threw for 4 touchdowns, leading San Diego to a decisive 41-24 win over Tampa Bay. The win […]

Rivers, Frye, backups shine, as Chargers beat Seahawks 18-17

In a game featuring a bunch of replacements for hurting starters, both teams showcased their depth. Charlie Frye, filling in for injured Matt Hasselbeck, was spectacular managing the offense. He was 19-29, for 219 yards, and 2 scores. However, he was shaken up after a roughing the passer play. Seneca Wallace entered in his place. […]