Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is yet to decide if the 2016 NFL season will be his last.
Fitzgerald is still on top of his game with an NFL-best 98 receptions to get him selected to his 10th Pro Bowl.
But those receptions are only for 949 yards and five touchdowns, and there have been plenty of questions over whether the 33-year-old will retire.
"I mean, we're not making the playoffs and there's nothing else to talk about right now I guess, so ..." Fitzgerald told reporters on Wednesday.
"I don't know what I am doing next year. I don't know how much more definitive I can be with that.
"I'm just focusing on the last two games, trying to finish on a good note."
The Cardinals (5-8-1) finish this season with two NFC West road games against the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Rams.
"I wouldn't say that I'm contemplating it right now," Fitzgerald said Monday of retiring after 13 seasons, all with the Cardinals.
"But I'm uncertain of what I am going to do moving forward. I still love the game, I love the competition, I love being around the guys and competing for a championship. That's a lot of fun for me. That's kind of where I am at right now. I'm really just focused on these last two games."
Fitzgerald signed a one-year extension in August, keeping him under contract through 2017 with an option for the 2018 season.