(USA Today) -- Tony Gonzalez hasn't been retired for six months yet, so it's really no surprise that some NFL teams have tried to lure him back to the field.
But the 14-time Pro Bowl tight end, who's now employed by CBS as an NFL studio analyst, has no plans to add to his 1,325 career receptions, the second-most in league history.
"There is probably no chance (of a comeback)," Gonzalez said on a conference call Thursday when specifically asked if the New England Patriots were among his potential suitors.
"I don't even want to play anymore to tell you the truth. I've had my fill. But I've been contacted by some teams — I'm not going to name those teams — but there have been some teams that have called me a couple of times."
Gonzalez's record-setting 17-year career was split between the Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons. But despite all the stats and accolades, he only enjoyed one playoff victory in his career — a divisional round defeat of the Seattle Seahawks following the 2012 season — a win that proved enough of a carrot for him to return in 2013 despite his previously stated intentions to retire in 2012.
He caught 83 passes for 859 yards and eight TDs last year for the Falcons, who plummeted to a 4-12 record.
Though it sounds like Gonzalez would still love to cap his career with a Lombardi Trophy, he seems to feel that window is now closed for good.
"It would be a good opportunity to go get a ring," he said while talking about the recent inquiries for his services.
"But my thinking is, if it didn't happen from the beginning and hasn't happened up to this point, it's not gonna happen now. I'm not gonna keep chasing a ring. My body feels good. I'm gonna like being nice and cozy in a studio.