By Avery Duncan
Buffalo Bills running back Frank Gore enters 2019 without the thought of retirement in mind.
Buffalo Bills running back Frank Gore is entering his 15th season in the NFL. For his position, playing over ten seasons as a pro is impressive and deserving of praise; he lapped that milestone long ago and doesn’t seem to plan to stop there.
According to Dave Furones of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Gore intends to keep playing after he wraps up his 15th pro-year in Buffalo. He noted that he wishes to continue his career until his body can’t say the same, as he told the reporter:
I just go how I feel. If I feel I can’t do it no more, then I call it.
Many thought Gore would be out of the league by now — not a particularly bold statement for a 36-year-old running back. However, he’s still kicking and doing an excellent job at it. Last season, playing in a committee with younger backs, Gore led the Miami Dolphins in rushing with 722 on a 4.6 yards per carry average. Perhaps more impressive: he did so despite missing two...