Larry Fitzgerald

#11 WR / Arizona Cardinals / EXP: 15YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 218 lb Age: 34 College: Pittsburgh Bye 8,18,19,20,21

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  • Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald: Gets new signal caller
    By RotoWire Staff

    Fitzgerald will be working with quarterback Sam Bradford in 2018 after the latter signed with the Cardinals on Friday. The Cards have employed a cavalcade of quarterbacks during Fitzgerald's 14-year career, but the lack of consistency under center hasn't stopped the wide receiver from putting together a Hall of Fame resume. After the Carson Palmer era ended this offseason, the team was in the market for one of the free-agent signal callers and settled on Bradford, who played one game with the Vikings last season before a bone bruise in his knee and the performance of Case Keenum allowed for just one more appearance. If the injury bug bites Bradford again, head coach Steve Wilks will turn to Mike Glennon or a potential pick in the upcoming draft. Despite working with three QBs in 2017, Fitzgerald posted his third consecutive 100-catch, 1,000-yard campaign, so Bradford's accuracy (71.8 percent in 17 outings in Minnesota) should help him maintain relevance in his age-35 season.

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  • Fitzgerald's $11 million salary for 2018 became guaranteed Friday, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports. Though Fitzgerald remains on the Arizona roster, the guaranteed salary doesn't affect his decision regarding retirement, which the 34-year-old continues to contemplate. It's expected that Fitzgerald will announce his intentions for 2018 later this month, but if he chooses to walk away from the game, he would forfeit the $11 million he's owed.

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  • Fitzgerald said Sunday that he'll make a decision on his future "in a week or two," Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. The comment was preceded by another in which Fitzgerald relayed that certain things will need to be known, personnel-wise. He's certainly alluding to the Cardinals' quarterback situation in the wake of Carson Palmer's retirement. With Palmer out of the picture, the team doesn't have one signal caller under contract and won't be able to amend that reality, at the earliest, until free agency starts on March 14. As a result, Fitzgerald's "in a week or two" caveat should be taken with a grain of salt.

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  • Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald: No decision yet on 2018
    By RotoWire Staff

    Fitzgerald hasn't made a decision on whether to play in 2018, Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com reports. "I spoke with Larry," new Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks said Tuesday. "We had a very in-depth conversation. I enjoyed the conversation he and I had. He did not express he was or wasn't coming back, but we would definitely love to have him back." Fitzgerald had a lot working against him this past season. First and foremost, he turned 34 just before Week 1, a game in which stellar running back David Johnson (wrist) was lost for the year. The double whammy would've been difficult for most wide receivers to overcome, but Fitzgerald weathered that storm, as well as three different quarterbacks, en route to a third consecutive 100-catch, 1,000-yard campaign. With a defensive mind taking over the top coaching post, Fitzgerald's decision may depend on the hire at offensive coordinator and how the Cardinals populate the QB room in the offseason.

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  • Fitzgerald corralled eight of 13 passes for 55 yards during Sunday's 26-24 win at Seattle. After reaching 100 receptions and 1,000 yards for a third season in a row last Sunday, Fitzgerald was in the running for a second consecutive catch title with fellow centurion Antonio Brown (101 catches) sidelined due to a strained calf. Heading into Week 17, Fitzgerald's only real competition, Jarvis Landry, had a slight 103-101 lead, but the latter was far more efficient with his looks Sunday (nine grabs on 10 targets) and ended the regular season in the No. 1 spot. After inking an extension in November, Fitzgerald has one year remaining on his current contract, but his return may be contingent on whether head coach Bruce Arians opts to stick around. "I don't want to think about him walking away right now," Fitzgerald told Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site. "We're holding out hope." Don't expect a decision from Fitzgerald anytime soon.

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Completed Games

WK OPP TAR RECPT REYD REAVG RETD FPTS
1 @DET 13 6 74 12.33 0 7
2 @IND 6 3 21 7.00 0 2
3 DAL 15 13 149 11.46 1 20
4 SF 7 4 32 8.00 1 9
5 @PHI 10 6 51 8.50 0 5
6 TB 11 10 138 13.80 1 17
7 @LAR 3 3 29 9.67 0 2
8 BYE - - - - - -
9 @SF 9 5 70 14.00 0 7
10 SEA 14 10 113 11.30 0 11
11 @HOU 10 9 91 10.11 1 15
12 JAC 8 3 12 4.00 0 3
13 LAR 10 10 98 9.80 1 15
14 TEN 7 5 44 8.80 0 4
15 @WAS 10 5 60 12.00 0 6
16 NYG 15 9 119 13.22 1 17
17 @SEA 14 8 55 6.88 0 5
PROJECTION 130 94 960 10.21 5.7 120

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Career Stats

Season Tar Recpt ReYd ReTD ReFD ReAvg FPTS
2017 162 109 1156 6 66 10.61 145
2016 150 107 1023 6 59 9.56 136
2015 146 109 1215 9 65 11.15 171
2014 103 63 784 2 39 12.44 88
2013 136 82 954 10 49 11.60 153
2012 153 71 798 4 44 11.20 103
2011 153 80 1411 8 61 17.60 189
2010 173 90 1137 6 59 12.60 151
2009 153 97 1092 13 69 11.30 187
2008 154 96 1434 12 66 14.90 215
2007 168 101 1412 10 69 14.00 195
2006 96 68 941 6 52 13.80 130
2005 165 103 1409 10 67 13.68 204
2004 116 58 780 8 36 13.45 127
3 Year Avg 133 93 1007 6 54 10.83 134
Career 2042 1234 15545 110 801 12.60

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