As has been his stance in recent seasons, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald won’t commit to playing next year.
Check out azcentral sports this afternoon to read Larry Fitzgerald's thoughts about his future with the Cardinals. Story should be posted relatively soon. He told me that Sunday might be his last home game ever, but that it also might not be. He won't play anywhere else, however.
— Bob McManaman (@azbobbymac) December 18, 2018
This next game at State Farm Stadium in Arizona could be his final one at home. Though, Fitzgerald is not tipping his hand completely one way or the other. He also remains committed to only playing for the Cardinals should he decide to give 2019 a chance.
The Cardinals are having an extremely dismal season that has produced only three wins to date. Quarterback struggles have unfortunately impacted Fitz’s production, causing him to average a career-low 46.1 yards per game.
Surely, Fitzgerald has much to think about as it pertains to his future to eventually retire as a Cardinal.
If the future Hall of Fame receiver does decide to return in 2019, it will mark his 16th year in the league. That in itself, would be quite phenomenal.