Larry Fitzgerald met with the media today, and while there wasn't much news out of it -- OK, really no news -- the Pro Bowl wide receiver was asked about retirement in the form of whether this would be his last training camp.
"I have no idea," Fitzgerald said. "I don't even know what I'm having for dinner. Let's start with the basics."
That was the extent of the conversation, which figures to be a season-long topic that can't be answered, because I think Fitz is exactly right -- he doesn't have any idea how his future is going to play out. Not yet.
Fitz did make clear how he feels about training camp though. He's never been a fan, and that doesn't change.
"Training camp stinks when you are bad (as a team), training camp stinks when you're good," Fitzgerald said. "It's training camp."
A reporter asked him about the grind of camp. That was a non-starter.
"Coach doesn't allow us to call training camp a grind," Fitzgerald said. "He says we stay in a five-star hotel, practice indoors. So it's not a grind."
-- Bruce Arians said there was no new injury news. DT Red Bryant (Achilles) will miss one more day, while TE Jermaine Gresham (hamstring) is probably out another couple of days.
-- Arians is looking forward to the players finally having pads in practice, which starts today. "A lot of the mental work is done, now it's time to get the physical part of it started," Arians said. "Making sure we get our pad level down and start playing football."