Latest On Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald

Larry Fitzgerald still hasn’t decided whether to play in 2018. The Cardinals, meanwhile, are still searching for their next head coach. The latter decision, apparently, will weigh heavily on the former. Larry Fitzgerald (vertical)

I don’t have a head coach right now so there’s a lot going on,” Fitzgerald told the Golf Channel (video link). “I’m going to take some time to figure it out. Our owner and president Michael Bidwill and General Manager Steve Keim are out right now interviewing head coaches. I’m interested to see what’s going to happen. I’ll make a decision shortly after I would imagine.”

As shown on PFR’s Head Coaching Tracker, the Cardinals have cast a wide net in their search:

If the hire is not to Fitzgerald’s liking, he might opt to spend his time on the golf course rather than the gridiron in 2018. The wide receiver did not indicate which candidate is his favorite, but one has to assume that he would like to see Bettcher promoted to the top job.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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7 comments on “Latest On Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald

  1. Lacardsfan

    Stop it. He’s playing. He has a golden contract. Always cashed in at every chance. Great player, still doing great. He likes money too. Don’t fault him or make up stories.

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    • Dodgethis

      Make up stories? It’s fitzgerald himself who has said he might retire, nobody else. Do you even know what reading comprehension is? I almost feel bad for whoever they hire as coach, especially if the first thing that happens is fitzgerald says “nah I don’t want to play for you”.

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    • Clark K

      I feel like he has been playing in hopes of finally winning a super bowl. 95% chance Cardinals don’t even make the playoffs next year, either he plays and gets traded to a super bowl contender or retires

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        • Clark K

          Then he’s retiring he’s stated multiple times he wants a ring he’s not getting it in Arizona so why risk another year and possibly getting injured

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          • CubsRebsSaints

            Because once he retires, he is done. He has the rest of his life for the rest of his life. He better be sure that’s what he wants.

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  2. bradthebluefish
    bradthebluefish

    Come to Pats Nation! We’ll put a ring on that finger.

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