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Steelers safety Ryan Clark told NFL.com’s Around the League that he wants to re-sign with Pittsburgh after this season, since he’ll be a free agent next offseason.
“I’ve definitely let the team know I want to continue playing there,” Clark said. “I’m also very comfortable with what’s happened in my career and how long I’ve been able to play. I’m also actively working on setting things up for when I retire. Seeing what things I like to do and hopefully have those opportunities. I wouldn’t necessarily say I’m concerned, but I would like to play. If I don’t, I’m pretty happy how it went.”
Clark doesn’t want to leave Pittsburgh and jump from team to team as his career winds down.
“To bounce around and try to go to all these different places and maybe play for one-year contracts here and there, that’s not something I really want to do,” he said.
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