Cincinnati Bengals safety Chris Crocker, who turns 34 years old this March, is debating on whether or not to retire. Though admitting that he hasn't thought about it, Crocker said on Monday that he'll take time during the offseason to complicate his future.
Chris Crocker: haven't thought about if I'll play next year. Need time to think about it.— Joe Danneman (@FOX19Joe) January 6, 2014
Crocker, who primarily played cornerback in the slot, completed his sixth season with the Cincinnati Bengals and his 12th in the NFL. Over the last two seasons, Crocker was a late addition due to injuries in the secondary and eventually became a mentor for safety George Iloka, who had a solid campaign with 66 tackles, eight passes defensed, two forced fumbles and an interception.
If Crocker retires, he'll end his six-year career with the Bengals with 8.5 quarterback sacks, eight interceptions, five forced fumbles and a touchdown.