The Cardinals' offseason could be defined by major changes, yet coaches and players insisted this week their attention is on the present, not the future. Coach Bruce Arians insists he hasn’t thought about what retirement during this season. Receiver Larry Fitzgerald is “staying in the moment.” And quarterback Carson Palmer, on injured reserve, told the team’s website last month that he was taking things one week at a time. It’s as if all three attended the same seminar on mindfulness, but they claim their thoughts haven’t gone beyond Sunday's game against the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. “We know what happens after Sunday moving forward,” Fitzgerald said on Thursday. “None of us can control that on Thursday, so we just need to focus on things we can control. “I, personally, have no control over 98 percent of the stuff,” Fitzgerald continued, referring to all the decisions involving the team. “All I really have control over is what I decide to do, and that’s really not that big of a deal. There are a lot of other decisions that are going to be made, and choices, and none of that has anything to do with me, to be honest with you.”