If he doesn’t retire, where might former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald end up for the 2021 season?. At this point in the offseason, most have probably assumed that former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will announce his retirement from the NFL any day now. However, former Cardinals...
The year is 2037. We’re at Stogies on Grand. Justin Jefferson takes a long drag on his Partagas Lusitania. A ring on his right hand clinks against a glass of Maker’s sitting next to him. He exhales. “I could have gone anywhere,” he says, chuckling. “But I wanted to finish...
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Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals expect big things from Zaven Collins, Patrick Peterson on Larry Fitzgerald and more
Happy Friday one and all. The Arizona Cardinals are off for a while, but there is still plenty of news to help us get to the weekend. Let’s not waste any time and get right to it. Rookie middle linebacker attempting to learn defense quickly. Cardinals coach unsure about percentage...
At 37 years old, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald finished his 17th NFL season in 2020. As a free agent this offseason, now seems like a natural time for the veteran wideout to call it quits. But, 164 days after the end of the 2020 season, no official decision has been made on Fitzgerald’s future.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald still has not made his plans for the 2021 season public. He’s not technically under contract but if he chooses to play instead of retire, Cardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury seemed to suggest finding a roster spot for him wouldn’t be an issue. “That’s the No. 1...
Annually, Minnesota Vikings enthusiasts fantasize about two consistent football-related items. These are scheduled on their subconscious calendars, dribbling out into the open forum of social media. The first involves Anthony Barr. Every year about this time – although the theory persists regardless of the time on a calendar – folks...
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He may not be on the same sideline anymore, but that didn’t stop Minnesota Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson from weighing in on what former Arizona Cardinals teammate Larry Fitzgerald’s future holds. During the cornerback’s All Things Covered podcast with Bryant McFadden on Tuesday, Peterson was short and sweet when asked...
On Monday morning, ESPN+ posted an exclusive article in which staff writer Bill Connelly counted down college football’s 50 greatest wide receivers of the last 50 years, and with little surprise, Pitt legend Larry Fitzgerald was almost good enough to top the list. Fitzgerald, who played two seasons at Pitt...
NFL star and Twin Cities native Larry Fitzgerald helps fix up Minneapolis Boys and Girls Club branch
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - An NFL star with roots in the Twin Cities was back in town Sunday to get a Boys and Girls Club branch in north Minneapolis ready for the summer. Our crews caught up with Arizona Cardinals star Larry Fitzgerald as he was helping put a fresh coat of paint onto the walls of the Jerry Gamble branch off North Irving Avenue in Minneapolis.
It was recently suggested that the greatest wide receiver in Arizona Cardinals history, Larry Fitzgerald, switch to tight end. More than six months have passed since Larry Fitzgerald last appeared in a game for the Arizona Cardinals. Since then, the 37-year-old All-Pro wide receiver has yet to make a decision on his future in the NFL.
Is Larry Fitzgerald planning to return to the Arizona Cardinals for his 18th season in the NFL? Bleacher Report put out an article that highlighted the one move every NFL team should make and for the Cardinals it was to bring back Fitzgerald. Fitz is 37 and has been considering retirement but if he still wants to play NFL rumors suggest that the Cardinals would love to have him back. Chat Sports host Mitchell Renz gives his take on if Larry Fitzgerald should join the Cardinals for the 2021 NFL season in this video!
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Arizona Cardinals Release Quarterback In Surprise Move; Julio Jones To Replace Larry Fitzgerald in Arizona?
You never like to see someone lose their livelihood, even if it is an overpaid athlete in the NFL. The Arizona Cardinals were the most recent team to put a player on the chopping block, and hopefully the affected player will be able to find a new home elsewhere sooner rather than later. The player that was released was backup quarterback Cole McDonald.
It’s time to come home, Larry. The Arizona Cardinals appear to have completely moved on from Larry Fitzgerald. By adding
It’s time to come home, Larry. The Arizona Cardinals appear to have completely moved on from Larry Fitzgerald. By adding A.J. Green in free agency and Rondale Moore with the 49th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, it appears Fitz may need a new team. That’s if he wishes to continue his 17-year NFL career.
Larry Fitzgerald is a future Hall of Famer, but his immediate future isn’t as clear. The Arizona Cardinals legend is a free agent and has not made a decision about if he will play for one more year. Arizona is leaving the door open for a return and are least publicly saying it’s Fitz’s choice if he wants to return. But the Cardinals signed AJ Green and drafted Rondale Moore in Round 2, leaving the depth chart at WR a bit heavy already. Arizona Cardinals Today host Tom Downey breaks it all down.
For the last few off-season’s, Minnesota Viking fans have pondered about the possibility of Minnesota legend Larry Fitzgerald joining the purple. Fitzgerald, who is in the latter part of his NFL career is currently a free agent. Cardinal’s GM Steve Keim has made it clear, that if Fitzgerald wants to continue to play, there is a spot for him in Arizona.
Cardinals GM Steve Keim said free-agent WR Larry Fitzgerald hasn’t decided what he will do this season: “He’s told me he likes the moves in the offseason and he’s excited, but he hasn’t told me his plans.” (Bob McManaman) Keim also mentioned Fitzgerald earned the right to make a decision...
Gateway for Cancer Research celebrated Arizona Cardinals wide receiver, Larry Fitzgerald with the prestigious Leadership in Cancer Advocacy Award at the 4th annual Vino con Stelle, a signature fundraising event that raised $725,000 on Friday, April 23 at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa in Phoenix. The non-profit dedicated to...
We’re through the NFL Draft and into May, and we still don’t have a definite answer on what Larry Fitzgerald is doing this season. Last we heard from Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury, Fitzgerald is still weighing whether to come back for another year, or retire after 17 seasons.