SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Prospective free agent wide receiver Michael Crabtree hardly sounds convinced his future is with the San Francisco 49ers.The teams 10th overall pick in the 2009 draft out of Texas Tech, Crabtree is embracing the uncertainty as this largely forgettable season comes to a close Sunday at home against Arizona.I feel like the skys the limit for me, Crabtree said in a rare interview Wednesday at his locker. I cant wait to see whats next, the next chapter in my career.The 27-year-old Crabtree is among several players on the offensive side to have down seasons for San Francisco (7-8), which will miss the playoffs and goes into the finale on a four-game losing streak — the first under fourth-year coach Jim Harbaugh, whose own future could be elsewhere.When asked Wednesday if he wants to be back with the organization next season, Crabtree was vague.It depends, I dont even want to talk about it. Its like one of those things thats got to happen. Im ready for whatever. Im not going to talk about no contract, Crabtree said.I dont know how to feel. Im ready for whatever. All Ive been doing is talking about football and plays and how to win. I havent talked about a contract, none of that.Tight end Vernon Davis, meanwhile, wants to stay put next season and well beyond, determined to make another run at a Super Bowl after this disappointing finish.Running back Frank Gore would love that, crossing his fingers the front office will keep much of the roster intact heading toward 2015 in order to chase another Super Bowl. This group planned on winning a ring this year.Thats why you play team sports, to be a champion, Gore said, and I want to be a champion. Hopefully all the key guys can be back. If all the key guys can be back, I think weve got a shot.Davis skipped the off-season sessions last spring and summer as he sought a long-term deal, but arrived on time for Day 1 of training camp in July and said he would no longer focus on his situation but commit to the team.Now, he goes into the winter with one year remaining on his contract hoping San Francisco will reward him and keep much of its roster together.I think it would be fantastic. I love being here, I love the organization, I love everything about it, Davis said Wednesday. I like the owners. I just ask that everybody is fair to each other and were all playing together, staying together. Just being a family, being one.General manager Trent Baalke said in late July that Davis is certainly one of those guys that deserves to be a 49er.The organization has given lengthy contract extensions in recent years to many of its core players on both sides of the ball.Gore said Wednesday that Baalke spoke to him Monday in the weight room and expressed interest in re-signing the franchises all-time rushing leader by saying, I want you to be a Niner next year.Im going to go out there on Sunday and play my behind off and try to get a win and end on good side, Gore said. My agent and the team will talk from there.Davis has had a quiet season a year after one of his best in the NFL. He has just 25 catches for 236 yards and two touchdowns after matching his career best with 13 TD receptions in 2013.Everybodys numbers are down, Crabtree, Frank, myself, Davis said. Were all down. Weve just got to figure it out.Another player theyd all like to see return for a 15th season is defensive end Justin Smith.If I come back, you know Ive got to call him, Gore said. Ill call him probably every day in the off-season, because Justin can still play the game at a high level.NOTES: S Eric Reid is still in the evaluation stage of his protocol following a concussion Saturday against San Diego, the third in two seasons for the 2013 first-round pick. ... The 49ers announced their team awards, including the highest honour of the Len Eshmont Award to Gore, who noted: Im happy how the team looks at me, I appreciate it. Next question. Bill Walsh Award: Antoine Bethea (voted by coaches); Bobb McKittrick Award: Joe Staley; Hazeltine Iron Man Award: Justin Smith; Thomas Herrion Mermorial Award: Chris Borland; Blue Collar Players of the Year: Justin Smith (defence), Anquan Boldin (offence), Kassim Osgood (special teams). ... 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The Boston Celtics hadnt played since the All-Star break. So the Suns 100-94 victory over Boston Wednesday night was an uphill affair, with Phoenix relying on balance rather than its trademark high energy.BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Former Sabres owner Tom Golisano has met with Buffalo Bills officials and public leaders, and informed them of his interest in purchasing the NFL franchise, said people involved with the negotiations. One person said Wednesday that Golisano also has had talks with developer Scott Congel to be his partner in the potential ownership group. The person added that their discussions have included the proposal of building a new stadium in West Seneca, about a 10-minute drive from the Bills current home, Ralph Wilson Stadium. The people spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because Golisano has not publicly announced his plans. The land where the proposed stadium would be built belongs to Pyramid Management Group, which is owned by Robert Congel, Scotts father. The Syracuse-based company is one of the largest shopping mall developers in the northeast. A person at Golisanos office told the AP Wednesday that he has no comment regarding the Bills. Golisano also failed to return a message left on his cellphone. Congel declined to comment about a potential partnership with Golisano in an interview with The Buffalo News published on the newspapers website Wednesday evening. Congel did confirm he has made plans to redevelop the Shops at West Seneca land, which would include the potential of building a 60,000-plus seat stadium. The Bills are on the market after the teams Hall of Fame owner and founder, Ralph Wilson, died in March. Wilsons estate hired an attorneys and an investment banking firm last week to oversee the sale. They are expected to begin contacting prospective ownership groups by the end of next month. A new owner could be identified by as early as the end of July. The new owner would require approval from 24 of the NFLs 31 owners. New York City real estate mogul Donald Trump has already announced his interest in buying the team. Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly has also said he has had talks to partner with numerous ownership groups. Golisanos entry into the bidding process does not come as a surprise. He first discusseed the possibility of buying the Bills not long after purchasing the Sabres out of bankruptcy in 2004.dddddddddddd Golisano said he would especially become involved in an ownership group if there were any fears of the team relocating. Wilsons death has raised concerns about the franchises long-term future because of the possibility the team could be sold and eventually relocated to a more prosperous market such as Toronto. Golisano sold the Sabres in 2011. Later that year, he became involved in a group that failed in a bid to purchase the Major League Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers. The 72-year-old Golisano made his fortune founding Rochester-based Paychex, a payroll processing firm. His net worth was most recently estimated by Forbes to be at about $2 billion. Hes from Rochester, but now makes his home in Florida. He came to prominence in New York in the late 1990s, when he made three unsuccessful gubernatorial runs. Congel was previously a principal at Pyramid. He has most recently run into difficulties attempting to redevelop the Medley Centre mall outside of Rochester. The mall is now vacant. Earlier this month, The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reported that Monroe County officials voted to declare that Congel was in default of his tax deal by failing to invest at least $165 million to redevelop the property. Pyramids holdings, by comparison, have been lucrative with the company estimated to bring in estimated $5 billion in annual revenue from its 17 properties. The land the Shops at West Seneca are located upon are partially undeveloped and on the site of a former mall. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said a new stadium would be the next step in securing the teams long-term future. New York state has also hired an architectural and design firm to identify between three or four sites across the region that could serve as the teams new home. The Bills are essentially locked into playing at Ralph Wilson Stadium through the end of the 2019 season under the terms of the lease the franchise reached with the state and county in December 2012. ' ' '