The Arizona Cardinals were officially eliminated from the NFL Playoffs over the weekend, and it definitely leaves one of the franchise's greatest players, Larry Fitzgerald, in a difficult situation.

Fitzgerald's time in the league is coming to a close, and the closest he has gotten to winning a Super Bowl was back in 2009 in a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Since then, the closest he's gotten was last year in the NFC Championship, only to see his team get whooped by the Carolina Panthers.

Is it time for Fitzgerald to retire, or at the very least, move on from the only team he's played for? Fitzgerald addressed it in a recent interview.
“No, I wouldn’t say that I’m contemplating [retirement] right now. But I’m uncertain what I’m going to do moving forward. But I still love the game, I love the competition. I love being around the guys and competing for a championship. That’s a lot of fun to me, and that’s kind of where I’m at right now.”
I don't think the Cardinals could blame Fitz for wanting to move on. His father has talked about it in the past about him seeing his son playing for the Minnesota Vikings, as he used to be a ball boy for them.

The team started off 5-0 this season, though they have collapsed since then. With Teddy Bridgewater back at the helm at quarterback next season, don't be surprised if Fitzgerald dons the purple-and-gold in 2017.  

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