Entering SundayÆs game against the Eagles, LaDainian TomlinsonÆs 2009 had been one to forget. Six weeks in, the Chargers were 2-3 and looking through binoculars to see the 6-0 Denver Broncos at the top of the AFC West division. Tomlinson had missed two of those games and had accumulated just 140 yards and caught five passes out of the backfield. Questions began to be asked on whether this was the same LT that we had been spoiled to watch the last eight seasons. After all, he had just turned 30, the breaking point for running backs, and spell running back Darren Sproles had signed a one-year tender the year before and looked as though ôfeature backö would be his new title. LT contemplated retirement and spoke of how he is beginning to cherish moments more because he knows he might be o ...
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