Tomlinson, Chargers working towards perestroika

The frosty relationship between running back LaDainian Tomlinson and the Chargers’ organization continues to linger, even working its way to the sunny shores of Tampa Bay — home of Super Bowl XLIII. Shawne Merriman and Rodney Harrison have been outspoken about it. General manager A.J. Smith has even reached out to his running back.

Now there is hope for perestroika as Tomlinson has intimated that he would consider a new, restructured contract. Tomlinson spoke out on Jim Rome is Burning, and the transcript was published in the San Diego Union-Tribune:

    “Organizations make decisions for the business and what’s best for them; I’m going to do the exact same thing. I will talk to my family, talk to my agent and then I’m going to make the best decision that suits me.”
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