Philip Rivers says he wants to play a few more seasons and the Los Angeles Chargers want him around.
The quarterback is entering the final year of his contract, but general manager Tom Telesco said the Chargers want to begin conversations at some point about a new deal with Rivers.
Rivers signed a four-year, $83.5 million extension before the 2015 season that includes a no-trade clause.
"I can tell you he's not going anywhere, so he's going to be here," Telesco said. "We'll talk at the right point, as far as the moves we need to make in the offseason, the resources we have and how it all fits in. But yeah, he's not going anywhere."