Cardinals’ veteran WR Larry Fitzgerald said on Wednesday that he will only play for Arizona if he decides to continue his NFL career. “There’s no chance,” Fitzgerald said on SiriusXM NFL Radio, via Alex Marvez. “This will be it. If it’s not with the Cardinals, we’ve seen the last of Larry Fitzgerald in the National Football League wearing No. 11.” He also told reporters back in December that he has still yet to make any decision regarding his future. (NFLTR) “I’m going to take some time,” Fitzgerald said. “Figure it out. I’ll let you know, though.” Fitzgerald did, however, reflect a bit on his 14-year NFL career. “It’s been a good ride,” Fitzgerald said. “I’ve met a lot of great people and made a lot of wonderful memories. I wish we would’ve had some more wins. That first game at Sun Devil wasn’t fun. I think it was against the Patriots. I remember (linebacker) Willie McGinest knocking me down on a crossing route and (safety) Rodney Harrison chasing me around, trying to hurt me. That wasn’t a good day.”