Cardinals re-sign Larry Fitzgerald One-year deal By: Mike Krueger | Jan 23 2019, 9:30 am
Larry Fitzgerald's NFL career is not over.
The Arizona Cardinals announced Wednesday that the future Hall of Fame receiver will return for his 16th NFL season by signing a one-year contract. Fitzgerald, who turns 36 in August, has debated retirement the past several offseason but has consistently said Arizona would be the only organization he'd play for in the NFL. Despite his age, Fitzgerald still led the Cards with 69 receptions, 734 yards receiving and six touchdown catches in 2018. (NFL.com)
FFToday's Take:Fitzgerald played all 16 games in 2018 but was saddled with an inept offense much of the season. He finished as the WR30 in PPR leagues with a 69-734-6 line. New head coach Kliff Kingsbury will be tasked with jump-starting the offense in 2019 with Josh Rosen at quarterback. Fitz will be lingering in WR3/4 territory once early best ball drafts get going this Spring.