Steve Keim: I have not talked to Larry Fitzgerald about his plans

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If Larry Fitzgerald knows whether or not he’s going to retire, he’s done a good job of keeping it to himself.

Continuing a string of similar answers on the topic this week, Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim said during an appearance on Arizona Sports radio 98.7 that he doesn’t currently know Fitzgerald’s decision.

“I have not talked to him about his plans,” Keim said, via Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic.

Team owner Michael Bidwill said Thursday that the Cardinals want to let Fitzgerald take his time in deciding to retire or return for an 18th season. Fitzgerald caught 54 passes for 409 yards with one touchdown in 2020.

There doesn’t seem to be much urgency on either side for Fitzgerald to make a decision, so this could go on for a while longer before there’s a definitive answer.

2 responses to “Steve Keim: I have not talked to Larry Fitzgerald about his plans

  1. He won’t be playing for another 1 year, $11 million contract like he has the last few years. But he still knows how to get those crucial first downs and the hands are still amazing. And his leadership and presence is worth several million itself…not many can claim that.

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