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Larry Fitzgerald has yet to determine whether or not to return in 2021.

Larry Fitzgerald’s future with the Arizona Cardinals is uncertain, as he has yet to determine whether or not to retire from the league.
Fitzgerald told ESPN’s Rachel Nichols that he’s still debating whether or not to return to the game.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM According to reports, the Cardinals would like Fitzgerald to return for the 2021 season, but the decision to return or not is ultimately his.
“They admire how he gives a lot of vitality to the franchise.”
Jim Trotter of the NFL remarked, “They like his presence in the locker room.”
“And now for the important part:
They admire his ability to make clutch receptions,” Trotter adds. Fitz, who will turn 38 in August, may just be waiting for the Cardinals to make him an offer.
Fitzgerald was the third overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft by the Cardinals, and he has spent his whole career in Arizona.
In his NFL career, he has started 261 of 263 games and has 17,492 yards receiving and 121 touchdowns.
In addition, he has appeared in 11 Pro Bowls.
Fitzgerald was instrumental in the Cardinals’ Super Bowl run in 2008, when he nearly won the game against the Steelers after catching a long touchdown throw from quarterback Kurt Warner in the final two minutes.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP With training camp starting next week, Fitzgerald will have to decide what he wants to do next in his NFL career.