Larry Fitzgerald doesn’t think about the end of a career

Before the cardinals lost to the Patriots 23-21 Ian Rapoport tweeted, that the Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald told his friends that this would be his last season in the NFL.
After the game, Fitzgerald signatories in the summer a one-year contract extension, called the message “speculation” and stated that he did not know what lunch was, and especially what will happen in a year.
Fitzgerald: “I signed the contract extension because to win we do our best. Only about this I think. Next season doesn’t matter, important is only this”.
Fitzgerald earned 81 yards and two touchdowns per game, showing signs of aging. Perhaps, this result shows that he has any interest in football.