Veteran Minnesota Vikings cornerback Terence Newman is not yet ready to declare whether this season would be his last in the NFL. Speaking with Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press, the 39-year-old cornerback did not give any clear signs with regards to his future in the league. “When I’m done, nobody will know it,” Newman said. “I’ll be off into the sunset.” Newman is one of the oldest players in the league. Only New England Patriots linebacker James Harrison is the older non-specialist player in the NFL than Newman, who’s playing on a one-year, $3.25 million contract with the Vikings.
Vikings’ Terence Newman not ready to say whether this is his last season
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