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Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins (20) blocks Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer during the fourth quarter of their NFL football game in Oakland, California, November 6, 2011. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach
Despite Mike Klis’ report that Brian Dawkins is “expected to retire,” it appears that Dawkins would like to return in 2012. Per Ray Didinger of CSNPhilly.com, Dawkins wants to play a seventeenth season in the NFL.
Brian Dawkins is not yet ready to call it a career.
Despite missing all or parts of five games last season with a neck injury, Dawkins says he feels good now and hopes to return for another season with the Denver Broncos.
Interestingly, Dawkins said that the ball is in the Broncos’ court. If the team does not release him, he will return. If Denver parts ways with the 38-year-old safety, Dawkins will not re-sign with another team, not even the Philadelphia Eagles.
“If Denver decides they want to move on, I respect that,” Dawkins told Didinger. “That will be it. I k...
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