Future Hall of Fame wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald announced that he is playing another season with his beloved Arizona Cardinals. This is great news for Josh Rosen. However, it remains to be seen whether he can help Josh Rosen and company have better results next season. LA Times has reported that Fitzgerald is back and hoping to secure his place in history by moving up in the record books when it comes to receiving yards and career receptions. Fitzgerald signed a one-year deal, keeping him with the team that drafted him in 2004.

During the off-season for the Cardinals, the front office hired Rookie Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury to breathe new life into the team.

As the Cardinals work on a new offense scheme, Fitzgerald's return gives Rosen a boost and a reliable offensive weapon. Despite it being his 16th season, he continues to deliver. In 2018, he finished with a little below 800 receiving yards. However, the Cardinals appreciate his leadership and experience, which are key when a new head coach takes the reigns.

Larry Fitzgerald is hoping Kliff Kingsbury can turn around Cardinals offense

Fitzgerald's return is also hinging on the ability Kingsbury has to rebuild the offense. The 35-year-old receiver is hoping to climb up the record books this next season. He has his eyes set on moving beyond Tony Gonzalez for career receptions, only needing 23 catches.

He needs 246 to topple Hall of Fame receiver Jerry Rice's record. The Cardinals are hoping that they can fix the problems that sunk their 2018 season. Good news is they have the first pick in the NFL Draft, opening up the ability to find a key player to fill a gap in their roster. Having a new coach train and teach the growing quarterback such as Josh Rosen, has produced major results for other teams in the league.

Both the LA Rams and Bears hired new coaches, which resulted in the teams getting into the playoffs right away.

Both LA's Sean McVay and Chicago's Matt Nagy reached the playoffs in their first year, as Jared Goff and Mitchell Trubisky were in their second year. The Cardinals are hoping to see similar results in 2019 with Kingsbury and Rosen.

Bleacher Report has pointed out the success Fitzgerald has seen. He played for the Cardinals in 2007 and failed to make the playoffs, but reached the Super Bowl the following season in 2008.

Larry Fitzgerald exploded on the field during 2008 season

The 2008 regular season and postseason was a big year for Arizona and Larry Fitzgerald himself. Fitzgerald recorded 100 receiving yards and a touchdown in four straight playoff games. He was also instrumental in leading the team to Super Bowl XLIII. However, the Cardinals ended up losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers, despite the team's best efforts.

Fans and NFL insiders are wondering whether the Cardinals can do enough to give themselves a winning record next season. It can only happen with a healthy Larry Fitzgerald and a strong gameplan.