Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett is entering the final year of a four-year, $35.3 million contract, and his future remains up in the air.
Dockett tweeted, "People ask me am I gonna play in az next year. My response is 'ill be in az next year 1way or another rather its 1 game or 8. #thinkaboutit!"
To play at least one game in Arizona, he would have to sign with one of two NFC North teams -- either the Vikings or Packers -- or any of the three other NFC West teams (St. Louis, Seattle, San Francisco).
Baltimore, Cincinnati and New Orleans also visit University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona in 2015.
Dockett, 33, missed the majority of the 2014 season with a torn ACL.
He is a three-time Pro Bowler, but has not been named as such since 2010.
Dockett is also scheduled to earn $6.55 million in base salary, and has a cap hit of $9.8 million, which is the fourth-highest on the team, according to OverTheCap.
Arizona general manager Steve Keim addressed Dockett's status from the NFL combine, saying, "We'd love to have Darnell back."
Keim: We really missed Darnell Dockett this year. Don't want to get into specifics about contract but will talk to him about it.— Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) February 18, 2015