Tomlinson: "energy level is still high"

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Ladainian Tomlinson started offseason workouts in March and said he hasn't had any problems. The only change from past years is that he sees more doctors, including a therapist recommended by NFL career rushing leader Emmitt Smith.
"Just kind of making sure my body's in great shape, and making sure I'm as strong as possible," Tomlinson said. "I haven't missed any time, worked out every single day. ... I haven't had a setback at all."
Tomlinson said his energy level is still high and that he works out as hard as he always has. He insists there are no lingering aches and pains, and has even another reason to know that his legs are still good.
"I can still jump pretty high, can still dunk the basketball," the 5-foot-10 Tomlinson said. "If I can't dunk anymore, it's doing downhill.'"
Tomlinson was taking a break from his football camp for kids at TCU, his alma mater. There is about a month before training camp opens, and 2 1/2 months before the season begins.

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