It sounds as if Packers WR Jordy Nelson wants to stay put.
"My wife and I have enjoyed it," Nelson said Sunday of his time in Green Bay. "Let's see, it's 6 years going on 7 years now. We don't want to go anywhere else. We love it here. We want to be here, and hopefully we can get to that point."
As for Nelson, he does not seem to be concerned about hurting his bargaining power by going public with his preference to remain with the Packers.
Nor does he seem like he has given his agent, Vann McElroy, any directives to try to make up for any money he might have left on the table by signing his last extension before his statistical spike of the last three years.
"What I got in that last deal, I'll never spend it all anyway," Nelson said last week. "So I'm not worried about it."
Nelson just turned 29, and GM Ted Thompson may not see an older receiver as a good investment. Still, Nelson's desire to stay put is a good sign for his dynasty value.