The Cardinals announced Wednesday that WR Larry Fitzgerald has re-signed on a 1-year deal and will play in 2019. Fitz lopped 50 targets, 40 receptions and 422 yards off his 2017 totals this past season, in the 1st year with QB Josh Rosen and only season under former HC Steve Wilks' staff. A full offseason with Rosen can only help, and the switch to former QB Kliff Kingsbury can't hurt after Arizona trotted out the league's worst offense a year ago. That said, we shouldn't count on Fitzgerald to jump back to anywhere near his 3 recent campaigns of more than 100 catches. Heading into his age-36 season, Fitzgerald figures to compete with 2018 rookie Christian Kirk for lead-target status. We'll see if Arizona adds to the WR corps in free agency or the draft. Fitz is a solid shot to take around his early 150.3 ADP in PlayDraft best-ball leagues, though that figures to climb now that his return is confirmed.
The forecast for today's Cardinals-Packers game calls for a 100% chance of snow and winds of 20-30 mph. Those are tough conditions for the passing games -- especially the Cardinals, who play their home games indoors. QB Josh Rosen shouldn't have been in your plans anyway, but WRs Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk are shakier plays now. Aaron Rodgers looks like a lower-end QB1 in this spot. RB Aaron Jones and the Packers defense are elite fantasy plays.
Cardinals WR Chad Williams (ankle) is out for Sunday’s game against the Raiders. Williams’ 3.9 targets per game figure to be spread to Larry Fitzgerald, Christian Kirk and Ricky Seals-Jones.
The Cardinals have fired OC Mike McCoy, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. About 6 weeks too late. Arizona is averaging a pathetic 13.1 points and 221 total yards per game. McCoy's usage of RB David Johnson was particularly terrible. McCoy will be replaced by former QB Byron Leftwich, who's been with the Cardinals since the start of last season but has no play-calling experience. Don't expect drastic improvement from Arizona's offense -- but it can't get any worse.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring, back) is active for today’s game against the 49ers. He’s not close to 100% right now and is shaky WR3.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald is expected to play Sunday against the 49ers, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. He's officially questionable with the hamstring injury but has played through the issue for multiple games.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring, back) is listed as questionable for Week 5 after putting in just 2 limited practices this week. He'll play against the Cardinals on Sunday but isn't anywhere close to 100%. Fitzgerald is a shaky WR3 right now.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) is active for today’s game against the Seahawks. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported this morning that Fitz is “nowhere near 100%.” He’s a shaky fantasy play coming off a Week 3 dud.
ESPN's Adam Schefter hears that Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) is “nowhere near 100 percent." He's still expected to play against the Seahawks today but looks like a shaky fantasy starter. Fitz played 96% of the offensive snaps last week but mustered just 2 catches for 9 scoreless yards.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 4 after getting in limited practices on Thursday and Friday. He went through the same routine last week before playing 96% of the snaps against the Bears. He'll play on Sunday vs. Seattle, but Arizona's offensive woes have reduced Fitz to WR3 status.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) is active for today’s game against the Bears. He’s just a WR3 at less than 100% and in a struggling Arizona offense.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) will play against the Bears today, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms. HC Steve Wilks said all week that Fitz would play, and he put in limited practices on Thursday and Friday. But between the hamstring and Arizona's moribund offense, Fitzgerald has been reduced to a WR3.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game against the Bears. He got in limited practices on Thursday and Friday, and HC Steve Wilks has said all week that Fitz will play. Expect him to be out there, but Arizona’s offensive struggles have downgraded Fitzgerald to more of a WR3.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) put in a limited practice on Wednesday. HC Steve Wilks said afterward that Fitz will play against the Bears this weekend. He's been relegated to low-end WR2 status with the Cardinals offense struggling mightily.
Cardinals HC Steve Wilks expects WR Larry Fitzgerald to play against the Bears on Sunday. Fitz exited last weekend's loss to the Rams with a hamstring issue -- but it sounds like that was at least partly due to the fact that the game had been decided. “We all now that it’s going to be tough to keep Larry off the field," Wilks said Monday. Fitzgerald has missed just 2 games over the previous 10 seasons. We'll monitor his practice participation this week.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald injured his hamstring in the 2nd half of Sunday's game against the Rams. He's officially questionable to return, but don't expect to see him back out there with Arizona down by 27. We'll look for an update on the severity of the injury. Fitz missed just 2 games over the previous 10 seasons.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald has informed HC Steve Wilks that he'll return for the 2018 season. The 34-year-old has remained productive, posting his 3rd straight 107+ catch campaign in 2017. He's finished as a top 9 PPR WR in all 3 of those seasons. The big question for his 2018 fantasy value will be who's chucking him the ball. Arizona doesn't currently have a single QB on the roster after Carson Palmer's retirement.
Cardinals HC Bruce Arians is retiring, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The 65-year-old spent the past 5 seasons in Arizona, compiling a 49-30-1 record and reaching the playoffs twice. We'll see whether his decision to step away impacts whether QB Carson Palmer and WR Larry Fitzgerald return for 2018.
Cardinals HC Bruce Arians announced on Monday that QB Drew Stanton will start against the Giants this weekend. QB Blaine Gabbert has struggled after a decent start, completing just 51.5% of his passes with 1 TD and 3 INTs over the past 3 games. Stanton posted a 50.7% completion rate with 3 TDs and 1 INT in 2 starts before spraining his knee. Despite the plus matchup this Sunday, he can't be trusted in Week 16 fantasy lineups. It's worth noting that WR Larry Fitzgerald posted 5-70 and 10-113 lines in those 2 Stanton starts.
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