Ahmad Bradshaw has said that he is uncertain of his future at the New York Giants, but that he would like to stay with the team.
The running back has two years left on his contract with the reigning Super Bowl champions.
The 26-year-old told the Star Ledger: "I'm all in. That's how I've been since I've been here.
"I bleed red, white and blue, and that's what it's about with me right now. I can't go into any other details about it, but I will always be a Giant forever."
Bradshaw says that he has yet to discuss restructuring his contract beyond the next to seasons with the Giants.
Bradshaw rushed for over 1,000 yards this season, despite missing two games with a sprained knee.