On line sports gambling news broke with the major gambling sports story that the San Diego Chargers and running back LaDainian Tomlinson have parted ways. The Chargers gave Tomlinson his on line sports gambling release of February 24 to officially end nine highly successful gambling sports seasons together.
Tomlinson still hopes to continue on with another team for the 2010 sportsgambling season. “I definitely still want to play,” said Tomlinson. “I still have a lot to give the game. Not only the performance part, but the mentoring part, teaching young guys.” Tomlinson also added that he’s, “still chasing the championship ring.”
The 2009 on line sports gambling season saw Tomlinson fail to gain at least 1,000 yards rushing for the first time in his career. Tomlinson also had his worst ever on line sports gambling yards per carry average for a season at 3.3.
While Tomlinson was given no reason by the Chargers for his on line sports gambling release from the team it is obvious to most observers that the Chargers brass sees little upside in Tomlinson’s career as his 2010 stats were not as impressive combined with his being 30 years of age.
Tomlinson bid farewell to the Chargers in an emotional on line sports gambling news conference in which he broke down in tears. His dream of leading the Chargers to an on line sports gambling Super Bowl championship was never realized.
Tomlinson set numerous on line sports gambling records with the Chargers and was one of the premier backs in the National football League. “Sometimes emotions make a person, and you guys know I’ve always worn my emotions on my sleeve,” said Tomlinson at the press conference.
“For that I’m not sorry.” Tomlinson did rule out signing with the Oakland Raiders, San Diego’s bitter arch rival in the AFC West. In San Diego’s playoff loss to the Jets Tomlinson had 24 yards rushing in 12 attempts.