We’ve heard several current quarterbacks talk about playing well into their 40s and so has Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers.
Rivers isn’t joining them on that bandwagon, however. Rivers, who turns 37 in December, has two years left on his current contract and says that he isn’t looking much beyond that when he contemplates the end of his own playing days.
“I’m super excited about a handful more years,” Rivers said to Albert Breer of SI.com. “I don’t have a number in my head. I laugh when I hear Drew, Brady’s already 41, when I hear them say mid-40s, I go, ‘Y’all…