ST. LOUIS -- Former Jet LaDainian Tomlinson, who always seems to have something to say about his former team, took another shot Sunday morning on the NFL Network.
Tomlinson, who last season said the friction in the Jets' locker room was the worst he had ever seen, theorized once again that it's an internal mess.
"Whenever you lose in New York, everyone wants to know what the problem is," he said. "The problem is too many people can talk in that locker room. Back in the days when you [directed to Sterling Sharpe] played, there were only certain guys who could say something. One message. Now there are too many guys who have a voice, too many guys who speak to the press 'anonymously.' At this point, this locker room is just falling apart."
Tomlinson's credibility took a hit last week. He accused Antonio Cromartie and Bart Scott of being the unnamed players who criticized Tim Tebow. Both players denied it. On Sunday morning, Tomlinson backed off.
"Listen, I was just speculating on things," he said. "I'm not sure who said it, but I know there is a problem and that there has been one for years."