Seven months after suffering season-ending injuries to his knee, cornerback Jabari Greer is not sure if he will try to continue making a comeback. And if his career is over, he's OK with that, too.

"I think my pride and my body have two different things to say about that," Greer told ESPN.

In Week 11 against the 49ers, the New Orleans Saints corner tried to break up a pass and torn his ACL, PCL and total posterior lateral compartment.

The Saints released the 32-year-old in February. While he focuses on rehabbing his knee, Greer also contemplates whether he ever will regain 100 percent strength and movement in the knee.

"I'm very content with where I am. I'm very happy with being able to invest in my wife and children," Greer said. "But in the future, I'm sure that itch is gonna come, because it does for everybody. I guess it just depends if I decide to scratch it or not."

At the time of his release, Greer carried a $6.8 million salary cap hit for 2014. That figure rises to $7.5 million in 2015.