Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians knows what he has in receiver Larry Fitzgerald and he has a plan for him.
In 2012, Arians arrived in Indianapolis and decided veteran receiver Reggie Wayne would benefit from playing different receiver positions within the offense, the result was a resurgence of Colt’s offense and Wayne’s career.
Fast forward to 2013 and Arians has the same idea for Fitzgerald.
Arians want to put Fitzgerald on the move from flanker to split end and the slot.
"Both times, when you come off a year where you had quarterback flux, it is tough on a great wide receiver," Arians said, via ESPN.
"The problem with great wide receivers is you can't hand them the ball. You gotta get it to them.
"The thing with Reggie, he had been on the left side for 10 years. To be able to be a flanker and put him in motion, be a slot receiver and develop his skills is something that we'll look to see if that is good for Fitz."