Willis McGahee's name has been mentioned in trade rumors for the last few months.
The last couple weeks, those rumors have intensified.
But McGahee is assuming he'll play this season in Baltimore, and at this point he hasn't heard anything to make him think otherwise.
"I don't know what's going on," McGahee said. "Nobody has told me nothing. I don't know anything. I'm in the dark just like you. If you know something, you can tell me. I don't know anything."
Recently, there's been talk that the veteran running back could be dealt for a cornerback, a position in which the Ravens need some help.
The Ravens have three quality, proven backs, and they aren't interested in trading Ray Rice or Le'Ron McClain, both of whom made the Pro Bowl last year. That leaves McGahee as the logical option to be dealt if the Ravens do decide to use a running back as trade bait.
But McGahee has been through this routine before, and he knows that rumors usually don't become a reality.
"You can't look into everything because I was supposed to get traded last year," McGahee said. "I go with the flow. You can't worry about it. If it is, it's a business."
Would McGahee be surprised if he got traded?
"I've learned that you can't really depend on certain situations," he said. "Anything can happen. If they do, they do. I'm not going to sit around and cry about it. I'm going to keep going."