Eric Weddle backtracks on Ravens-or-retire remarks: ‘We’ll see’ | NFL


After claiming earlier this month that he would retire if the Ravens launched him, Eric Weddle is having second ideas.

Whereas talking on the Professional Bowl in Orlando on Wednesday, the veteran security mentioned he’s now open to persevering with his profession with a special staff.

“I am unsure if issues are going to get labored out with Baltimore. Clearly, I need to be again,” Weddle mentioned, through the staff’s web site. “[We’ll] see if there’s one thing to be labored out. If not, then I’ve had an unbelievable expertise right here and beloved each second. So, if it does occur, we each transfer on, and we’ll see if I am going to play someplace else or cling ’em up.”

Weddle, who has one season remaining on the four-year contract value $26 million he signed with Baltimore in 2016, added that he is had “nice conversations” with normal supervisor Eric DeCosta however did not make clear if he is needed again. He is scheduled to make $6.5 million in 2019.

A key chief on the NFL’s top-ranked protection throughout the common season, Weddle completed third on the staff in tackles with 68, although he did not log an interception.

Weddle, 34, was chosen by the Chargers within the second spherical of the 2007 draft. He led the Chargers in tackles 5 of his 9 seasons however left the staff after falling out of favor with since-fired coach Mike McCoy.

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