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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — After 16 seasons and 16,000 rushing yards, running back Frank Gore isn’t ready to call it a career — not yet.
Gore, the New York Jets‘ leading rusher in 2020, said he’s undecided on his future.
“I’m going to get some down time with the fam, get back to Miami and chill out with my kids,” he said Tuesday on a Zoom call with reporters. “Then I’ll see what’s up.
“I still have fun playing the game of football, but I haven’t made a decision yet.”
New York Jets RB Frank Gore sits down with Adam to talk about playing next year in what will be his 17th NFL season. They also discuss the future of Sam Darnold with the Jets and who might win this year’s Super Bowl. Listen now!
Gore, 37, who has played more games (241) than any running back in NFL history, said his decision will be based on whether a team wants him. He’d like to play on a contending team where he could mentor a young running back.
He proved his durability with the Jets, as he amassed 203 touches — 187 rushes for 653