It could be the end of an era for one of footballs best running backs.  LaDanian Tomlinson is fully aware that The Jets game on Sunday could be his last. 

The lifespan for a running back in the NFL is shorter than most positions.  LaDainian Tomlinson is on the back end of his career, and with new talent emerging every year the former big play maker could be hanging it up after this season.  Tomlinson who has the sixth most rush yards in NFL history with 13,628 said that this Sunday against the Dolphins could be his last game.

Tomlinson could join players like Barry Sanders and Warren Moon who are regarded as elite in their position but never won a Super Bowl.  He's going to be a free agent after this season and says he would want to come back to the Jets, or another team if the fit is right.  He also added that he won't play for the league minimum next season though.

If it is the end of an era for LT than he said he has enjoyed his 11 years in the NFL, most of which he played with the San Diego Chargers.  He added that when it's over he has nothing to complain about.