Willis McGahee has averaged just 2.7 yards per carry this season but the veteran running back is not ready to walk away from the game of football.
“I want to play four more years,” said McGahee, via the Plain Dealer. “That would give me 15 years. This would come from a guy who was never supposed to play again. My back has always been against the wall.”
The 32-year-old McGahee did not have a job until Week 3 when the Browns sent former first round pick Trent Richardson to Indianapolis.
McGahee has come back from two serious knee injuries during his career to be a two-time pro bowler.
This year McGahee has 377 yards rushing on 138 attempts with two touchdowns. He currently ranks 27th all-time with 8,474 yards rushing.