ESPN Cardinals blogger Josh Weinfuss now sees 2014 as "the equivalent of a contract year" for Larry Fitzgerald.
NFL.com's Albert Breer reports Larry Fitzgerald's contract restructure converted $11.75 million of his $12.75 million base salary into a bonus, creating $9.4 million of cap space.
According to "two NFL sources," Larry Fitzgerald has agreed only to a "simple restructuring," and not a pay cut.
Larry Fitzgerald has agreed to a restructured contract.
Speaking Thursday, Cardinals president Michael Bidwill hinted Larry Fitzgerald has told the team he's willing to restructure his contract.
Larry Fitzgerald says he's "absolutely" willing to restructure his contract.
The Boston Herald reports the Patriots and Cardinals "never" engaged in trade negotiations about Larry Fitzgerald.
According to an "individual" CSN New England's Tom Curran believes "without reservation," the Patriots were interested in acquiring Larry Fitzgerald last offseason.
According to the Arizona Republic, Larry Fitzgerald is not open to a pay cut.
Larry Fitzgerald caught six passes for 113 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the 49ers.
Larry Fitzgerald caught three passes for 18 yards in Sunday's Week 16 win at Seattle.
Larry Fitzgerald (concussion) and Carson Palmer (ankle) are both active for Sunday's game at Seattle.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Larry Fitzgerald (concussion) is expected to play Sunday against the Seahawks.
Larry Fitzgerald (questionable, concussion) was limited in Friday's practice.