Yes, Rams running back Steven Jackson admits that at times over the last five years he wanted to be traded to a contender.
But, no, he’s currently not thinking about playing for any other team.
Jackson said on Tuesday’s PFT Live that he’s currently talking to the Rams about a contract that would allow him to retire as a member of the only team with which he has played.
The active NFL leading rusher with 9,093 yards (unless Thomas Jones signs with a new team) is under contract through 2013, with base salaries of $7 million this year and next year.
Jackson also addressed his views on the expected role of rookie running back Isaiah Pead, the current status of the receiving depth chart in St. Louis, and Jackson’s belief that he can play well pas the age of 30 (he turned 29 on Sunday).
We’ll post snippets and the full segment later today. Until then, you can catch the entire show by clicking the box on the right rail.