Larry Fitzgerald will apparently be an Arizona Cardinal for at least one more season. According to Pro Football Talk, a source has disclosed to them that the Cardinals and Fitzgerald are close to hammering a one-year extension deal.
Fitzgerald, 34, has spent the entirety of his career with the Cardinals, who selected him with the third overall pick in the 2004 draft.
It looks like Larry Fitzgerald might be sticking around for a while longer.
Fitzgerald has proven he's still productive this year, with 60 receptions for 677 yards and three touchdowns.
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The extension does not guarantee Fitzgerald will play in 2018, as he still plans to consider all options, including retirement.
Fitzgerald could earn up to $1 million in incentives if he gets to No. 2 on the NFL's all-time receiving yards list. He is just 868 yards behind Terrell Owens for second place in reception yards and five touchdowns behind Antonio Gates for sixth all-time.
Fitzgerald had said in a previous KMVP-FM interview that a lot of his playing future is tied to Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer.
On a more macro scale, returning for one more season will give Fitzgerald a legitimate chance to move into even more esteemed territory on a pair of the league's receiving leaderboards.