GLENDALE, Ariz. — In his most revealing feedback about his enjoying future, former Arizona Cardinals huge receiver Larry Fitzgerald stated he does not have a want to get again on a subject in the intervening time.
Throughout an interview on SiriusXM’s “Let’s Go,” the 11-time Professional Bowler was requested if he was going to be a radio broadcaster or play once more.
“For now, I will be a radio broadcaster,” stated Fitzgerald, who seems on the radio present with Tampa Bay Bucs quarterback Tom Brady and Jim Grey. “To be trustworthy with you, I simply haven’t got the urge to play proper now. I do not understand how I am going to really feel in September, October, November shifting ahead, however I simply, at this time, I simply haven’t got the urge.
“And I feel I’ve to be respectful of that. Soccer isn’t a kind of video games you wish to stroll on the market and play and never be absolutely engaged and able to put together and do the issues obligatory that you have to do.”
Fitzgerald is an unrestricted free agent after 17 years with the Cardinals. He is second on the NFL’s all-time receiving yards and receptions lists behind Corridor of Famer Jerry Rice.
His standing for the 2021 season has been a continuing subject of dialog at Arizona’s coaching camp. Coach Kliff Kingsbury has stated the “ball’s in his court” and that the Cardinals can have a plan in place if Fitzgerald decides to return for an 18th season.