Philip Rivers turns 37 in December and has two seasons remaining on his current contract with the Los Angeles Chargers, but isn't prepared to look beyond that.
“I’m super excited about a handful more years,” Rivers said to Albert Breer of SI.com. “I don’t have a number in my head. I laugh when I hear Drew, Brady’s already 41, when I hear them say mid-40s, I go, ‘Y’all can have that. I have no desire to get there. One thing I am thankful about is I know what I’m gonna be doing when I’m done. I’m gonna be coaching high school football somewhere, maybe the very next season.”
Rivers has maintained his level of play.
Rivers said he feels his play “last year was probably as consistent as I’ve been in four or five years.”