Kevin Faulk has called New England home for all 13 of his NFL seasons. And with three Super Bowl rings already, it wouldn't be too shocking if the running back decided to call it a career after this season.
But Faulk isn't ready to commit to anything just yet, mainly because of his passion for the game.
Faulk's former teammate, Troy Brown, addressed the media this week in advance of his appearance as an honorary captain for Sunday's AFC Championship. Brown said he learned a lot from Faulk during his playing days, and even said that this could be the final season that Faulk's referred to as a New England running back — implying that Faulk could soon join him in retirement.
The 35-year-old halfback, and longtime safety valve for quarterback Tom Brady, laughed about Brown's comment, though, saying that he hasn't made a decision.
To hear more from Faulk, check out the video above from NESN Daily.