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Wide Receiver, Arizona Cardinals

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Draft: 2004 Round 1 (3)
College: Pittsburgh
Ht: 6’3”  Wt: 218 DOB: 1983-08-31 Age: 31

Season Stats
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  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2004 ARI 16 16 115 58 780 13.4 8 127.4 8.0
2005 ARI 16 16 165 103 1,409 13.7 10 205.0 12.8
2006 ARI 13 13 110 68 941 13.8 6 130.6 10.0
2007 ARI 15 14 167 101 1,412 14.0 10 201.2 13.4
2008 ARI 16 16 154 96 1,434 14.9 12 215.4 13.5
2009 ARI 16 16 153 97 1,092 11.3 13 187.2 11.7
2010 ARI 16 15 173 90 1,137 12.6 6 149.7 9.4
2011 ARI 16 16 154 80 1,411 17.6 8 189.1 11.8
2012 ARI 16 0 156 71 798 11.2 4 103.8 6.5


Depth Chart
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Larry Fitzgerald
WR2WR2 Michael Floyd
WR3WR3 John Brown
WR4WR4 Jaron Brown
WR5WR5 Ted Ginn Jr.
Cardinals Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Cardinals and Fitzgerald close to new deal     -- Wed Feb 18 9:22 am --

Wide receiver scheduled to make $16 million in 2015
Larry Fitzgerald and the Cardinals are closing in on a multiyear deal that would enable the veteran wide receiver to finish his career in Arizona, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Josh Weinfuss. (ESPN)

FF Today's Take: Fitzgerald's $16 million price tag is too expensive for the veteran who's production has declined in recent years. His two touchdowns in 2014 were the lowest season output of his career. Michael Floyd led the team in receiving with 841 yards and 6 touchdowns.
Fitzgerald not expected back w/ Cards in 2015     -- Thu Jan 1 4:10 pm --

Cap number expected to be $23.6 M
Larry Fitzgerald does not expect to be back with the Cardinals next season, a source familiar with the situation told FOX Sports Arizona on Wednesday. That could make Saturday's wild-card playoff game in Charlotte, N.C., the final game of the Valley icon's Arizona career. Last week, GM Steve Keim confirmed a Pro Football Talk report that the Cardinals had no plans to cut Fitzgerald despite an unworkable $23.6 million cap number next season, which would account for about 17 percent of the projected $141 million salary cap. (Fox Sports Arizona)

FF Today's Take: Fitzgerald can still get it done at a fairly high level, but there is simply no reason to have one receiver counting that much against the cap for an offense that spreads the wealth as much as Arizona does now under HC Bruce Arians. The odds are very high that Fitzgerald will play his final game as a Cardinal this weekend.

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