Last month, Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib retweeted an NFL.com story about the possibility of the Broncos trading him.
Talib, the former Kansas star, added this message: "who coming to get me???"
He may find out soon.
Mike Klis of 9News.com said the Broncos are "actively shopping" Talib, but that he "is communicating just enough resistance to have a say in where he is traded."
Pro Football Talk reported Talib has two years remaining on his contract: $11 million this year and $8 million in 2019.
In January, Talib told the Denver Post's Nicki Jhabvala he hoped to be back with Denver, but it wouldn't surprise him if that didn't work out.
“If I wasn’t (returning), it wouldn’t be the most surprising thing in the world. You have three corners making big money and that’s rare to have,” Talib told Jhabvala. “I had conversations with our staff during our exit meetings and stuff, so it’s kind of up in the air. But I wouldn’t be surprised if I’m still here."
Klis' story notes that the San Francisco 49ers were the first team to inquire about Talib, but he wants to go back to the New England Patriots.
Talib, 32, has 34 career interceptions in his 11 seasons in the NFL with the Buccaneers, Patriots and Broncos. He was on Denver's Super Bowl 50 championship team.
In three seasons with the Jayhawks (2005-07), Talib had 13 interceptions and was part of the 2007 team that went 12-1 and won the Orange Bowl. Talib was the MVP on that game.