With Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson making it clear that they plan to play until they turn 45, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has no such aspiration. “I don’t have a number in mind,” Rivers told the PFT PM podcast on Wednesday. “I can tell you right now it ain’t gonna be 45. I have no desire for it to be that long. I hope I help lead my son’s high school team to a state championship by the time I’m 45. I don’t think I’m gonna have a helmet on when I’m 45.” But even though he doesn’t plan to stick around for another decade, Rivers hopes to remain with the Chargers for the rest of his career.
Philip Rivers has no desire to play until he’s 45
Pro Football Talk | Dec 7