He's not ready to make up his mind yet, and Bills DE AaronSchobel doesn't know when he will.
He told News 4 Sports he's not "stressing over" his decisioneither.
Schobel is trying to decide whether to retire from the NFL, orcome back to the Bills for his tenth season. He's beenthinking it over since the season ended three months ago.
In a telephone conversation, Schobel indicated he's in no hurryto make up his mind on whether to return. And he said familyconsiderations are the primary factors in his decision.
Schobel is looking for non-financial considerations from theBills regarding free time, so he can spend time with his family inTexas during the season. So far, the two sides have not beenable to agree on a plan. Schobel said if the Bills decidethey can't wait for his answer much longer, they can release him,and he stressed he wants to play for the Bills if he plays in theNFL next year.
New Bills Coach Chan Gailey indicated earlier this week he'swilling to wait a while longer for Schobel to decide.
"I think that you would like to know,"Gailey said, "but I don'tthink now is the time to put any kind of deadline on that. Herealizes what has to be done for him to play, for him to play in anew system."
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