Larry Fitzgerald restructures his contract to help the Cardinals get better

The Arizona Cardinals were going to be a rough situation come 2014 if the team could not get Larry Fitzgerald’s number down, but Fitz was open to restructuring his deal.  He even went public saying he would lower his dollar amount to get more help in Arizona.

Today Fitzgerald officially restructured his contract, easing the impact of his deal on the cap and giving the Cards much more flexibility in which to maneuver this off-season.

Back in AZ from #SB48 & the 1st order of business this AM was signing a restructured contract to help the@AZCardinals get better for 2014!

— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) February 4, 2014

Specific details of the restructuring were not immediate available, nor how much cap space was created. However, Fitzgerald’s cap number had been scheduled to be more than $18 million, and the Cardinals were expected before a restructuring to have less than $2 million of cap space once the new league year commenced in March.

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