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Arizona Cardinals Wide Receiver Fitzgerald Avoid Talking about Retirement

[Jul 24 2017 GMT]

    Arizona Cardinals’ wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald may retire after the end of the 2017 season, but he will also not retire. More information is on where fast and safe madden mobile coins are provided.

    The only thing he was sure was that whenever he retires, he chooses to retire instead of having to retire.

    Fitzgerald avoided the problem that whether the 2017 season is the last season of his career in the training camp's first press conference.

    Fitzgerald said he is good now, and he will let everyone know when this changes.

    Fitzgerald explained that if he retired after the new season, he would not stand on stage to announce the decision and would not cry.

    So far, Fitzgerald's receiving yards in his career ranked third in NFL history. He said the current motivation to let him return to the game is to strive to win the Super Bowl champion. This is his number one goal.

    Fitzgerald said it is important and it is the only reason he is still playing now, and from a personal point of view he has achieved great success, but because he is in teamwork, it is not something he can control.

    Fitzgerald participated in a Super Bowl, which was the 43rd Super Bowl in 2009. The last time he entered the League of Nations championships is 2016. He is about to enter his 14th NFL season. 33-year-old Fitzgerald ranked first in the league last season by catching the ball 107 times.