Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back LeSean McCoy said he will consider retirement following Super Bowl 55.
“If I get two championships, with my résumé, it might be over,” McCoy said Tuesday.
“But you never know. When I retire, I definitely want to retire an Eagle. That’s always a dream.”
The 32-year-old has handled the ball for just 154 times over the past two seasons, with 25 of those touches coming in 2020.
McCoy was a member of the Kansas City Chiefs last season where he won his first Super Bowl title.
In 12 career seasons, six with Philadelphia, five with Buffalo, one with Kansas City, and one with Tampa, McCoy has earned $63,074,623 in NFL contracts.