L.T. Not OK With Bolts Considering L.A.


Few Chargers loved beating the Raiders more than LaDainian Tomlinson.
And now there’s talk of the Bolts joining forces with them in a new Los Angeles stadium?
That didn’t sit well with Tomlinson.
“I can’t believe it,” said Tomlinson, who’s entering the Breitbard Hall of Champions on Monday night. “I don’t know if I can become a Los Angeles Charger.”
During Tomlinson’s nine seasons with the Chargers, he defeated the Raiders 13 straight times. Overall, the Chargers were 14-4 against the Silver and Black with Tomlinson at running back.
“It will be hard coming to grips with the Los Angeles Chargers or whatever it might be,” Tomlinson said.
But the Charger great, as always, remains optimistic that the team and San Diego can make nice.
“I just have to think they will come together,” Tomlinson said. “That at the 11th-hour and 59th-minute, something will get done.”
That clock continues to tick.

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