Cardinals wideout Larry Fitzgerald ‘focused on’ football, not retirement
Fitzgerald’s decision to stay for another season with the Cardinals had a lot to do with what choices the team made during the offseason. His concern, understandably so, was who they’d bring in to replace Arians and Palmer. The team promptly hired Steve Wilks and brought in three quarterbacks in Sam Bradford, Mike Glennon, and rookie Josh Rosen.
Although the Cardinals aren’t considered a Super Bowl title contender nor a real force to be reckoned with in the NFC in 2018, Arizona could make some noise if it all comes together. Fitzgerald and company will have their work cut out for them in the NFC West let alone the conference with the Los Angeles Rams drastically improving their roster and the San Francisco 49ers
becoming a threat with Jimmy Garoppolo under center.
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Last season, Fitzgerald had another stellar performance tying a career-high with 109 receptions to go along with 1,156 yards and six touchdowns. The Pittsburgh product has shown no signs of slowing down as he continues to pad his legacy as one of the greatest wideouts in NFL history.