Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is 27 years old, right in his prime as an NFL player.

Perfect time to retire.

The Denver Broncos cornerback said Monday that he's giving serious consideration to hanging it up after the Super Bowl. He's not burned out, not worried about his health.

He just figures he's had a good run.

"I had a goal of playing 5 years, and I reached that," Rodgers-Cromartie said.

He's completed six seasons in the NFL and could be in line to command plenty of money after making three interceptions in 2013. But Rodgers-Cromartie insisted that depending on how he feels after Sunday's game, he might call it quits.

He even knows what he would do instead of football. He'd go back to college and study psychology to become a guidance counselor at his old high school.

"I had my fun in this league," he said.

Seahawks: Coach Pete Carroll said he supports commissioner Roger Goodell's message last week that the league could consider medicinal marijuana as a treatment if science proved it could be beneficial for players who have suffered concussions.

Carroll says regardless of the stigmas involved, the medicinal value should be examined, "because the world of medicine is trying to do the exact same thing and figure it out, and they're coming to some conclusions."

  • Percy Harvin, the Seahawks' dynamic receiver and kick returner, sat out the NFC Championship game after suffering a concussion in a divisional playoff game Jan. 11. But Carroll sounded as if Harvin would play against the Broncos.

    "He's in," Carroll said. "He had another great day (Monday) and a great week last week. He's part of the game plan."

    Super Bowl forecast: National Weather Service meteorologist Anthony Gigi said the forecast for Sunday's NFL title game at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., calls for temperatures to reach a high of 39 with a low of 27, which is average for the area. There is little threat of precipitation.

    Ravens: The team has hired Gary Kubiak as its offensive coordinator, only a few days after initiating discussions with him. He was the coach of the Houston Texans for nearly eight seasons, leading them to the playoffs in 2011 and 2012. The offense ranked in the top 10 in four of the past six years.

    The Texans, who finished 2-14 this season, fired Kubiak in early December.

    Browns: Coach Mike Pettine has hired Jim O'Neil as his defensive coordinator, reuniting Pettine with the linebackers coach who helped him turn around the Buffalo defense he coordinated last season.

    Falcons: Coach Mike Smith and general manager Thomas Dimitroff have signed one-year contract extensions through the 2016 season. Team president Rich McKay signed a four-year extension through May 2019.

    ESPN.com and the Los Angeles Times contributed to this report.