Ladainian Tomlinson To Sign Two Year Deal With New York Jets

It has just been reported that Ladainian Tomlinson will be electric gliding to the NYC.  He will sign a two year deal to become the newest member of the New York Jets on Monday (terms have not be disclosed as of yet).

I knew he would never sign with the Vikings because he couldn’t handle being a clear cut #2, but with the Jets he will be more like a 1c back with Shonn Greene handling the majority of the load.

Plus he will have the opportunity to compete for a Super Bowl as well.

Good deal for the Jets and good deal for LT.

I hope it works out for him.

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