A week in the Bahamas with the recently unretired Randy Moss has Patriots running back Kevin Faulk not ready to call it a career.
Faulk tells Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald that the 13-year veteran has yet to decide on his future in football. But if/when Faulk quits playing, he’s hoping to find a way to stay with the Patriots.
“Of course, I’d like to be involved in the New England Patriots,” Faulk said. “Let’s keep it at that.”
But he didn’t keep it at that.
“I’ve been here 13 years playing and if I happen to retire or they don’t happen to bring me back, I’m still going to be a New England Patriot. . . . I’m very blessed and fortunate that I have a few options,” Faulk said.
Faulk hinted that he’d be interested in a coaching position. His head coach, Bill Belichick, made Faulk a healthy scratch in Super Bowl XLVI.