Sport Larry Fitzgerald doesn't have 'any timetable' on retirement decision

23:15  12 january  2018
23:15  12 january  2018 Source:   Sporting News

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Fitzgerald hauled in 109 receptions last year, but will be 35 years old when next season begins.

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a man wearing a costume: Larry Fitzgerald © (Getty Images) Larry Fitzgerald Larry Fitzgerald is enjoying his offseason in Orlando this week, playing in the Diamond Resorts Invitational golf tournament, but the 14-year NFL veteran has a tough decision ahead of him.

Cardinals fans everywhere want to know whether Fitzgerald plans on returning for a 15th season, after hauling in 109 passes for 1,156 yards and six touchdowns last season.

Fitzgerald, 34, will turn 35 before the start of next season, and coach Bruce Arians and quarterback Carson Palmer have already left. Still, Fitzgerald wasn't ready to commit either way Friday.

“I don’t have any timetable,” Fitzgerald said on the Golf Channel, via azcentral.com. “I’m going to play golf tomorrow. On Tuesday, I’ll play golf again. Wednesday, I’ll play golf. Thursday, I’ll play more golf and we’ll figure it out as we go.”

Fitzgerald needs just 91 receptions to pass Tony Gonzalez for second on the all-time list, trailing only Jerry Rice.

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