FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- LaDainian Tomlinson says he plans to play at least through next season and would like to end his career with the New York Jets, but that all “depends on the situation.”
Tomlinson, in his second season with the Jets, says today that he doesn’t want to be a player who retires too early because he wants to have no regrets.
He has accepted a reduced role as a third-down running back behind projected starter Shonn Greene. He says that he envisioned himself in that role a year ago, but he and Greene mostly split carries.
Tomlinson also accepted a pay cut so the team can work easier under the salary cap. He says despite a career filled with awards and accolades, he only cares now about winning a Super Bowl.