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Can the Chargers Win a Ring for their King?

When Shaquille O'Neal joined the Cavaliers this season, he debuted the slogan: "Win a ring for The King," in reference to LeBron James. The same slogan is applicable in San Diego, as the Chargers look to win a Super Bowl before the LaDainian Tomlinson era draws to a close.

While LeBron James is indeed The King, LaDainian Tomlinson has worn that moniker as well. After Tomlinson set the single-season record for rushing TDs in 2006, Kris Dielman said: "[Tomlinson] is a king and should be treated like one." All Tomlinson is missing is the hardware…and we're not talking about a crown. The only item missing from Tomlinson's résumé -- which is already loaded enough to...

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