K.J. Wright wants to stay with the Seattle Seahawks but enters the offseason not knowing if he will.
That's a story you've read before.
That was the situation this time two years ago, after Wright missed 11 games with a knee injury in a contract season.
And again last year, when he had bounced back with a career season in 2019 but wasn't a lock to return due to a $10 million cap number and a shoulder injury that would require surgery.
New year, similar uncertainty as the longest-tenured Seahawk heads back towards free agency after playing some of his best football at age 31. What made 2020 different from 2019 is that Wright did so at strong-side linebacker after an early-season move from his more familiar weak-side spot.
The strong side is what he'll play again if he's back for an 11th season with Seattle.