Larry Fitzgerald has been great throughout his career for the Arizona Cardinals franchise. He's one of very few players that spends a considerable amount of years with just one team. One problem is that his $18 million salary cap number for 2014 is very high and this past season there was talk of Arizona trading him earlier this season.

Luckily, things have worked out as Fitzgerald revealed that he restructured his contract on Twitter:

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

After a season where the Cardinals were on the cusp of a playoff appearance, they could be a few transactions from getting back in the mix for next year. Fitzgerald's restructuring should really help them obviously depending on the specific numbers and cap rules.

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[via Pro Football Talk]