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Arizona Cardinals: 3 Bold Predictions for Larry Fitzgerald in 2018

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver and future Hall of Famer Larry Fitzgerald enters his 15th season feeling he still has a lot left in the tank. Here are three bold predictions for 2018.

We are just weeks away from the start of the 2018 NFL regular season. Most fans have hope for their teams. Everyone is still 0-0 and anything can happen. Even if your team didn’t play well last season, things could change this season. Of course, once the games begin, things may go back and hope can disappear. The Arizona Cardinals hope things change for the better in 2018. They finished 8-8 last season but hope to improve on that in 2018.

Larry Fitzgerald is a player who the team consistently rely upon to get wins. The future Hall of Fame wide receiver enters his 15th season. The other 14 provided Cardinals fans plenty of great memories. He hopes those memories continue this season.

While there is more time behind him than in front of him in terms of his career, Fitzgerald feels he still has plenty in the tank. He may have one last run left in him and he wants to make that run with his team. He is a Cardinal through and through. Some thought the Cardinals, in a bid to rebuild, could trade away Fitzgerald and kill two birds with one stone — bring in some assets to help and get Fitzgerald the championship his career deserves.

Fitzgerald would have no part of that. He said he’d play for the Cardinals or play for no one.

“If I’m not playing in Arizona, I won’t be playing anywhere. I’ve built a good life for myself down there. Playing in the same place for 15 years is a true blessing.”

So Fitzgerald will finish his career as an Arizona Cardinal. The questions now are when and what happens between now and then.

Let’s take a look at three bold predictions for Fitzgerald in the 2018 season:

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