The receiver avoided retirement
The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will retire at the end of the 2017 season. But there’s a chance he won’t.
The only sure thing about him is that whenever he retires, he chooses to retire rather than retire.
Fitzgerald avoided the 2017 season of his career at the start of the training camp’s first news conference.
“I feel fine now,” Fitzgerald said. “I’ll let you know when this happens.”.”
Fitzgerald explained that if he retires after the new season, he will not stand on the platform to announce the decision and will not shed tears. “It’s not me,” he said. “I’m just one of the 1600 players in the National Football League. It’s a lot bigger than I am. I’ll never do that.”.”
Currently, Fitzgerald’s career, number of catch yards ranked NFL, history third. He said his motivation to return to the race was to try to win the super bowl. That’s his number one goal.
“It’s important,” Fitzgerald said. “That’s the only reason I’m still playing. Personally, I have achieved great results. But because you’re involved in team sports, it’s not something you can control.”
Fitzgerald took part in a super bowl, the forty-third super bowl of 2009. The last time he went to the United Nations Championship was in 2016. He is about to enter his fourteenth NFL season, after two consecutive seasons, the number of yards received over a thousand. Last season, at 33, he was ranked first in the 107 catch.