Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is likely to be available for a trade this offseason, ESPN reported Sunday.
The Cardinals would seek a deal for Fitzgerald after the season if he is not dealt by Tuesday's trade deadline, and it is considered unlikely he would be traded by Tuesday.
Fitzgerald's salary-cap number expands to $18 million next season, and the team could save $8 million by trading him.
Fitzgerald could stay with Arizona if he agrees to restructure his contract. Otherwise, he is likely to be elsewhere next year.
Fitzgerald, 30, has 32 receptions for 422 yards and four touchdowns this season while being plagued by hamstring problems.
He is the franchise's all-time leader in receptions (796), yards receiving (10,835) and receiving touchdowns (81).