Sport Fitzgerald: Retirements of Palmer, Arians won't impact decision on future

04:55  13 january  2018
04:55  13 january  2018 Source:   theScore

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Despite that, Fitzgerald said their decisions would not impact his own choice. Larry Fitzgerald just said on @nflnetwork that the retirements of Bruce Arians and Carson Palmer has no impact on his decision on when he decides to retire himself.

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a man wearing a helmet © Jonathan Ferrey / Getty Images Sport / Getty Larry Fitzgerald's future is up in the air, but the fact he's the last remaining member of the Arizona Cardinals' old guard apparently won't affect his plans.

The Cardinals' star pass-catcher said Friday that the retirement of head coach Bruce Arians and quarterback Carson Palmer won't have any impact on when he also decides to walk away from football, according to James Palmer of NFL Network.

The future Hall of Famer could be motivated to return for at least one more year, with two milestones in reach. Fitzgerald needs just 92 catches and 390 yards to move into second on both the all-time receptions and receiving yards lists - both achievable marks for the upcoming season.

Arizona has yet to hire a new head coach and is likely to be in the quarterback market this offseason, whether via free agency or the draft.

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