Cardinals general manager Steve Keim told a local radio station that there are no plans to trade prized receiver Larry Fitzgerald.
This comment comes on the heels of an ESPN report that stated the Cardinals would consider dealing Fitzgerald this offseason.
"We have every intent to have Larry Fitzgerald retire as a Cardinal. Period," Keim told radio station Arizona Sports 620.
In Arizona's 27-13 win over Atlanta, Fitzgerald caught four passes for 48 yards and a touchdown. He has 470 yards and five scores for the year.
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