Green Bay Packers receiver Jordy Nelson wants to play out his current contract and then reevaluate his football future, but he also has a max number of years he wants to keep playing in the NFL. His timeline? At least two more years. “I got two more years left on this deal, it would be great to play those out and kind of see where we’re at,” Nelson told former Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk on The HawkCast podcast. “Me personally, how I feel, how the body feels. And then, obviously, it’s up to the organization what they would want to do.” Just don’t expect Nelson to be playing past 2020. “I would say anywhere between two to four more years. I think four more – so this one and three more – would be my max,” Nelson said. “That would put me at 13 years. I’d be happy with that, obviously. At some point, I have to get my family back to Kansas.” Nelson, who turned 32 in May, is signed in Green Bay through the 2018 season. He agreed to a four-year, $39 million extension back in 2014.