Sooner or later, Larry Fitzgerald‘s career with the Arizona Cardinals is going to come to an end, although the veteran still seems capable of playing at a high level for a few more years.
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Until then, the main focus surrounding the Cardinals is making sure Kyler Murray is in the best position possible on offense to give Arizona a fighting chance within the division.
At the moment, the Cardinals are considered by many to finish at the bottom of the division since Murray seems like a work in progress, and will most likely need a year just to help develop.
But if Arizona were to convince Brown to come on board, it would certainly make things a lot more interesting in the NFC West since the long-term potential of the wideout teaming up with Murray could work wonders.
Right away, the addition of Brown would give the Cardinals one of the most exciting offenses to watch on paper, but also chances are the wideout would prefer to join a team that looks like a legitimate contender at the moment.
Brown would certainly put Arizona in better position to be a serious contender in the NFC, but without him, they’re just another team appearing to head towards another year of rebuilding mode.