LaDainian Tomlinson has zero sympathy for NFL players undergoing rookie hazing rituals, he went through it himself. TMZ caught up with him to get his thoughts on the recent Denver Broncos' rookie hazing of Bradley Chubb and Isaac Yiadom, with the Hall of Fame running back deciding to share a little story from his playing days.

In case you missed it, The Denver Broncos' team vets subjected their rookie class to "botched haircuts." By the end of the experiment most of the rookies involved looked like planetary objects, like a patchier version of Saturn enveloped by cosmic dust. LaDainian didn't particularly feel any remorse for the freshman class, because in his rookie campaign, the late Junior Seau and some vets from the 2001 San Diego Chargers, took him out for dinner as a bonding experience, then slapped him with the $18,000 bill after ordering everything à la carte. 

In the end, the debt was repaid several times over, because his Hall of Fame career lasted another 10 seasons before losing his lustre in his final campaign as a New York Jet. Tomlinson ranks 5th in NFL Career Rushing Yards, 2nd in Career rushing touchdowns, and 3rd in Career Total Tounchdowns. He was enshrined in 2017 in a Hall of Fame class that included Kurt Warner and Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones.