Larry Fitzgerald enters his 17th season with the Arizona Cardinals. Over the past several, the questions about retirement have swirled around the future Hall of Fame receiver.
The one surefire way to know whether Fitzgerald will retire? The Cards winning the Super Bowl.
“That would definitely validate me,” Fitzgerald said Thursday, via the team’s official website. “You wouldn’t see me around here anymore if that happened.”
“I’m not concerned about (being) the focal point or anything,” Fitzgerald said. “The ball comes my way, I’ll catch it, if I need to block I’ll block, whatever is required. Another catch, another touchdown, another yard is not going to make more whatever — my legacy is pretty much cemented. I just want to win a championship, I want to compete for a division title. Those are the things that are important to me.”