Defensive end Osi Umenyiora says he may be playing in his last game for the New York Giants when Big Blue takes on the Philadelphia Eagles next Sunday.
Umenyiora, who is looking for a long-term deal, said he may have to go elsewhere if another team offers him a starting job.
"Is there a high probability that I am going to be playing somewhere else?" Umenyiora asked. "I would say there is a high probability, and that is just me being honest. I am not certain of what is going to happen. Anything can happen."
"We can get into the playoffs," Umenyiora said. "Anything is possible. But it's a high probability that I'm going to be playing somewhere else and I think everybody knows that. Let's not kid ourselves."
The Giants, who were dismantled 33-14 by the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, can reach the playoffs if they beat the Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys lose.
If the defending Super Bowl champions, who are 8-7, fail to make the playoffs, Umenyiora says he knows change is likely coming.
"Definitely. But where are they going to make the changes is the question," Umenyiora said. "There's no individual, there's no aspect of the team this year that stood out."
The Giants, who were expected to make a playoff run again this season, have struggled on both sides of the ball.
"There's nowhere that was up to the standards that we set last year," Umenyiora said. "If they're going to be making changes, it has to be wholesale changes. Everybody has to leave. There has to be changes for everybody because nobody played above average this year." EFE