Free specialist wide beneficiary Larry Fitzgerald has not decided if he will be back for an eighteenth season.
In a meeting today with Rachel Nichols on ESPN, Fitzgerald said he’s uncertain on whether he’ll be back with the Cardinals, or some other group, or regardless of whether he’ll resign.
“I haven’t decided anything,” Fitzgerald said. “Training camp starts in a few weeks. I’m excited, it’s going to be another great year for the NFL.”
It’s hazy to what exactly expand the Cardinals even need Fitzgerald back. Despite the fact that they wouldn’t openly say they don’t need perhaps the most adored parts in establishment history, Fitzgerald will turn 38 last month and is falling off a season in which he had profession lows in gets (54), yards (409), yards per get (7.6) and scores (one). The Cardinals marked veteran wide recipient A.J. Green and drafted Rondale Moore in the second round, and they may not think Fitzgerald has a part in their offense going ahead.
In any case, if Fitzgerald chooses he needs to play, he could almost certainly get a new line of work some place. A get back to Minnesota, where he grew up, would be a charming chance. Furthermore, Fitzgerald may very well take as much time as is needed and even choose after the season has begun where he should go straightaway.