Arizona Cardinals' Adrian Wilson talks about quitting

By Kevin Patra
Updated: Dec. 10, 2012 at 07:22 a.m.

Arizona Cardinals strong safety Adrian Wilson has spent his entire 12-year career in the desert, but after Sunday's 58-0 dismantling at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks, the veteran sees the writing on the wall.
"This is the lowest of the low, to be quite honest with you," Wilson said, according to the Arizona Republic. "Something like this will make you not want to play anymore."
Wilson's playing time has decreased progressively, leading him to question his future with the franchise.
"[It] definitely makes me ponder about my future," he said. "I love the guys that I play with and I love this organization. It's tough to take right now."
After a 4-0 start to the season, the Cardinals have dropped nine straight games -- culminating in Sunday's embarrassing loss -- and will look toward next season by evaluating younger players. Whatever his future brings, Wilson will look to help the only NFL franchise he's known try to shake the stink of the last nine games.
"I think guys still look up to me and look up to the way that I work," he said. "I'm not a hard guy to read. I wear my emotions on my sleeves, and I try my best to just go out and practice hard.
"We have three more games left, and I'm going to try my best, to play those three games hard and see what happens after that."