Wilson Hoping His Career Can Continue Outside Denver

Former Denver Broncos linebacker Al Wilson is still hoping that his NFL career is not over, and according to Sunday’s Denver Post Wilson has been contacted by a few NFL teams about his career going on. Wilson did not disclose the teams that have contacted him, but stated on Friday that he was anxious to see what direction his career goes in. “I’m just trying to stay in shape and see where it goes from there,” Wilson said Friday . “The neck feels good. But at the same time, that’s just an internal thing, how I feel. You never know until you get out there and play ball.”

Wilson was let go by Broncos back on April 13th due to the fact that he was injured and was making too much money against the teams salary cap. The five-time Pro Bowler will turn 30 on June 21st, but as long as his neck is in good enough condition to play, some team out there is going to give him a shot for his career to continue. “I feel good,” he told the paper. “But that doesn’t mean the tests won’t show that nothing has changed. I’m just looking forward to finding out.”

You can bet the linebacker is anxious to get on the field and prove to not only his former team but to the rest of the leauge that he is still a solid player that can play a big part of a teams defensive core.

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