Larry Fitzgerald can see himself playing 'for a while'

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Larry Fitzgerald isn't ready to hang it up just yet.

The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver told ESPN NFL Insider Josina Anderson that his career could continue "for a while."

"I feel good, as of today," Fitzgerald told Anderson via text message. "I can see myself playing for a while. That can all change in the NFL, as you know, but I feel good mentally, physically and spiritually."

Fitzgerald, 32, is slated to be one of 26 unrestricted free agents on the Cardinals after the season. He told Anderson he has not asked for an extension.

"I'm focused on this football season and the things that I can control," Fitzgerald said. "That's been my approach my entire career. When I have handled my business on the field, the money has always flowed. Eugene Parker was my agent before he passed away."

Fitzgerald said he currently doesn’t have an agent.

"But I don’t need one either," he told Anderson.

Fitzgerald is heading into in his 13th season and is coming off a career-high 109 catches and his first 1,000-yard season since 2011.