2010 NFL Free Agency: New York Jets Would Run Over the AFC with L.T.

March 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

LaDainian Tomlinson left Minnesota on Thursday without a deal in place. His next stop was New York City and a meeting with the Jets brass.
L.T. is looking for the right fit—a place he'll be able to compete for a championship while playing a major role in the running game. That may yet draw him back to Minnesota and a contract to play alongside Adrian Peterson and Brett Farve.
But whether or not the Vikings 40-year-old quarterback returns next season remains to be seen. Farve is wavering on the same retirement fence it seems he's been teetering over since the turn of the millennium.
Without Farve, the Vikings aren't contenders. That's probably the main reason Tomlinson left the team without a contract in hand. Why should he commit to a franchise that doesn't have that same commitment from its starting quarterback?
In New York, the situation isn't muddled. The offensive line that set up the NFL's top rushing attack remains intact. Mark Sanchez will only continue...

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