Bills running back Fred Jackson played a full 16-game slate last year, and he would like to do that a few more times if he can.
"I think I still have 3-4 more years left in me," Jackson told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Monday. "I just have to continue to produce and stay healthy."
Jackson turned 33 years old in February and was the oldest active running back in the NFL last season. He gained 896 yards on 207 carries and scored nine times.
That's all fine and dandy, but Jackson will most likely have to find another place to play after 2014. The Bills have their presumed starter in C.J. Spiller and a young, explosive backup in Bryce Brown. If Jackson puts up another season similar to what he did in 2013, he should get his wish. He is worth a mid-round pick as injury insurance for Spiller.