Larry Fitzgerald trade rumors are piquing the interest of many NFL fans. The Fitzgerald trade rumors were addressed by the Arizona Cardinals on Monday (Oct. 28), but that hasn't stopped football analysts from calling the franchise about it. According to one report, Cardinals general manager Steve Keim states that he isn't ready to trade his best player and that people shouldn't be reading too much into the stories crossing the internet.
Keim went on to state that, "I have not had one conversation with another NFL team regarding a trade." He went on to talk about how the franchise intends for him to retire with them, possibly putting on hold any stories to the contrary. What caused the most stir, though, was when he took to Twitter to state that his star player will be in play during the offseason. That opened the door to speculation of a deal taking place before the deadline.
It is easy to understand why so many different Larry Fitzgerald trade rumors have popped up involving the Arizona Cardinals. The team had been muddling through the season and they could look to deal one of the best receivers in the game for several tangible assets. The team isn't out of contention for a wild card slot, though, and that might be why there is hesitation to pull the trigger.
Playing for a depleted team this year, he has caught 36 passes for 470 yards and five touchdowns so far. What would be very interesting to see is just how good those numbers could get if he played for a really good team or had an elite quarterback throwing to him. For now, it looks like he will be playing the rest of the season for his current team.
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