“We’ll see what happens,” Burleson said. “I talked to the coaches, actually talked to (general manager Martin Mayhew) upstairs today and talked about my value to the team, being missed on and off the field. I told him I want to retire here.
He said he feels the same way.”
“The city loves me, the team loves me, so we’ll figure it out,” Burleson said. “I think it takes both sides to make that happen, and if anybody knows me it’s more about football than it is anything else. So without saying too much, I’m willing to work it out because I love this team and I feel like this is my best chance to win a Super Bowl before I shut it down in a few years.”