Marvin Harrison Jr. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Superstar rookie wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. has yet to sign his licensing deal with the NFLPA after he was selected with the No. 4 overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals. It’s a controversial move as it prevents his jersey from being sold and keeps him from appearing in the Madden video game, and he was recently asked about that decision – though he didn’t give a lot of details.

During a recent interview, Marvin Harrison Jr. was asked about the decision not to sign the licensing agreement. And while he didn’t give a lot of details about his decision, he made it clear he’s just doing what he feels is best for him.

“I’ll continue to talk to my team and we’ll do what’s best for me moving forward,” Harrison said according to ESPN. “We’ll just take it one day at a time. I just got drafted so I’m trying to enjoy the moment and be happy while I can at the moment.”

While most players sign the licensing deal as it allows them to profit from their jersey sales, Harrison is in a unique situation after signing an endorsement deal with Fanatics during his time with the Ohio State Buckeyes. Now that Fanatics will be able to profit from the sale of his Arizona Cardinals jersey, Harrison wants to renegotiate the deal.