Fitzgerald likes ‘cardinals’ moves, didn’t make a decision
Latest ‘Will He Retire Or Won’t’ Development Involves Arizona Cardinals legend, future Hall of Famer and much of the free agent wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald looks like the rest. The veteran who played for the Cardinals from 2004-2020 hasn’t made a final decision but still has an Arizona home of football if he wants one.
“He told me he likes the moves in the offseason and he’s excited, but he hasn’t told me his plans,” Cardinals general manager Steve Keim said in an interview on Tuesday. with Adam Schein of SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio, by Sports in Arizona 98.7 FM.
“I think with a guy like him, who I think has deserved that right, a lot of times guys like that see what their bodies are feeling. They want to feel the motivation to come back for another long and trying season. him. I think he’s earned that right and if he tells us at some point he’s ready to go, we’ll have a place for him. ”
Fitzgerald played 13 games last season and recorded 54 receptions for 409 yards and a touchdown. He turns 38 in August and has been linked in free agency rumors with reigning Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and coach Bruce Arians due to the relationship the couple established while working with them. Cardinals, but many analysts have suggested that retiring or joining Arizona for one more season are the only options Fitzgerald will consider this spring and summer.