“The door is open,” Faulk told 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh and Zolak Tuesday afternoon. “I’m training; I may not be in pads right now but I’m training just in case. I have a timeframe where if it doesn’t happen by this time, I’ll hang them up.”
“I’m one of those stubborn guys though,” he said with a laugh.
While the Patriots and Faulk have left things open ended, the 13-year NFL vet doesn’t want to wear any other uniform to finish his career – even if it would mean going to play for a former Patriot assistant.
It’s Patriots or retirement for #33.
“Those guys already know where Kevin Faulk’s heart is and that Kevin Faulk isn’t going anywhere,” he said. “I have had a phone call or two, but we’ll keep it at that "
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