Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald fulfilled a promise to his mother and received his college degree recently, which might not be necessary to his post-football employment options but certainly won’t hurt them.
Not that it’s clear when Fitzgerald might be ready to move into a different line of work. Fitzgerald’s future beyond the 2016 season has come up at points this offseason because it is the final year of his contract and the wideout said Tuesday that he “honestly” doesn’t have any idea about how long he’s going to keep playing.
“I really don’t look at it like that,” Fitzgerald said, via the team’s website. “I look at it as a day-to-day. I feel good every day, waking up and going to practice. Last year I was able to stay healthy. That puts you in a different state of mind when you are able to get up and do everything you are capable of doing. There’s a long way to go before that would even be a point of discussion. I’m just enjoying this and trying to make this the best year yet.”
Fitzgerald is coming off an excellent season punctuated by his dramatic touchdown catch to beat the Packers in overtime of their playoff matchup. If he’s healthy and continues to produce in 2016, it’s difficult to think he’ll just ride off into the sunset although it appears a final answer to that question isn’t right around the corner.