Will Yoder
Friday December 30th, 2011

Former NFL Most Valuable Player LaDanian Tomlinson said that Sunday’s match between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins could be his last, according to ProFootballTalk.

“Yes, there is definitely a thought that this could be (my last game) because you never know how things shake out,” Tomlinson told ProFootballTalk. “For me, it just depends on the situation. I’ve said that before. I would love to keep playing, but if the situation is not right, then I won’t. This possibly could be my last game.”

Tomlinson, 32, has run for just 224 yards and one touchdown this season as a reserve running back for the Jets. The former first round pick’s best season came in 2006-07 when he ran for 1815 yards and 28 touchdowns. In his 11-year-career, Tomlinson has rushed for 13,628 yards and 145 touchdowns.

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