Cardinals GM: If Larry Fitzgerald is ready to play, ‘we’ll have a spot for him’

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He has a post on Twitter about being happy to be playing for the Cardinals for 17 years.

Brighteyes did the math and we think he has only played 16 seasons, if so it looks like he is back
 

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Merged with other thread due to non-news.
 

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Kliff Kingsbury on Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald: ‘The ball’s in his court’


The Arizona Cardinals started training camp on Tuesday with the run test before practice starts on Wednesday.

There was no sign of 37-year-old wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, whose status for next season remains up in the air. Fitzgerald is a free agent currently and is not listed on the Cardinals’ active roster.

Head coach Kliff Kingsbury on Tuesday reiterated the same stance both he and general manager Steve Keim have held that they’d love to have the veteran back if he wants.

He said multiple times that he has no knowledge of what Fitzgerald’s plans are and added that no conversation between them has taken place on that subject matter.

“The ball’s in his court,” Kingsbury said Tuesday. “We feel like we got great depth in that group regardless. We’ll have a plan here either way.”

More at this link: https://arizonasports.com/story/274...s-wr-larry-fitzgerald-the-balls-in-his-court/
 

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I think kk being the opposite of genuine would be much happier if Fitzgerald doesn't come back
 

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I think kk being the opposite of genuine would be much happier if Fitzgerald doesn't come back

They are all lying. They don't want Larry back. But I agree with them. Larry is the best player for this franchise but it is time to move on.
 

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They are all lying. They don't want Larry back. But I agree with them. Larry is the best player for this franchise but it is time to move on.

gotta agree. At this point, if Larry isn’t sure he wants to be back, that’s not someone I really want on the team at this point. Football is such a brutal sport that if you’re heart isn’t 1000% in it, that’s gonna be a problem on the field. Especially for someone already wayyyyyyy past his prime and is behind the 8 ball as far as his play on the field is concerned.
 
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