The Arizona Cardinals have announced that wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will return for the 2019 season after reaching a one-year deal with the team on Wednesday.
— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) January 23, 2019
There were no financial details of the deal released to the public.
Fitzgerald, 35, will be turning 36 before the season starts and entering his 16th season in the league. He will team up with new coach Kliff Kingsbury, who is getting his first coaching job in the NFL with the Cardinals to start next season.
In his career, Fitzgerald has 1,303 catches for 16,279 receiving yards and 116 touchdowns in his career. He is third on the all-time receptions list sitting behind Jerry Rice (1,549) and Tony Gonzalez (1,325). Fitzgerald ranks second on the all-time receiving yards list behind Rice (22,895) and sixth on the all-time receiving touchdowns list behind Rice (197), Randy Moss (156), Terrell Owens (153), Cris Carter (130) and Marvin Harrison (128).
The former Pittsburgh Panther has made the All-Pro team once, made 11 Pro Bowls and been named Walter Payton Man of the Year once. He has yet to win a Super Bowl in his storied career.