Larry Fitzgerald opened his NFL Network appearance on Sunday by joking he was trying to get Kurt Warner to return for a couple of more years under center. What Arizona ends up doing at quarterback could go a long way toward determining Fitzgerald's future. "I'm excited about what the future holds," Fitzgerald said of the Cardinals during his appearance on NFL GameDay Morning. "Obviously there are things that still need to happen in terms of personnel, draft and things like that that help our team improve. But I'm confident that Steve Keim is doing a good job with that." It's good news for Cardinals fans that Fitzgerald expressed a strong belief that Keim will field a competitive team in 2018. The executive's track record suggests that will be the case, but he's facing his first season without a clear-cut starter at quarterback, which is obviously very important to Fitzgerald. While the receiver's tone was encouraging, he gave a peculiar timeline for his decision. "I haven't made any definitive decisions," Fitzgerald said. "I'll be ready in about a week or two." Keim isn't finding Arizona's next starting quarterback in a week or two, making that deadline unrealistic. There is the possibility, though, of Fitzgerald speaking with Keim in the next week or two and learning the franchise's plans for approaching the offseason, which could include pursuit of Kirk Cousins.