A lot of NFL players are in "vacation mode" as they await Sunday's Pro Bowl in Hawaii.
But not Denver Broncos safety John Lynch.
He's been in his hotel's gym, working out before dawn. And, he's cherishing every moment in Hawaii, even though he's been invited nine times.
Lynch has made it to Hawaii in each of his four seasons in Denver. This year, he was a late addition, replacing an injured Bob Sanders of Indianapolis.
The 36-year-old Lynch isn't ready to say yet whether he'll return for another season with the Broncos, or retire, but says spending a week with the league's top talent will help him make that decision.
As for a timetable, Lynch doesn't have one. He simply says a decision will come when the time is appropriate.
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