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LARRY FITZGERALD RUMORS

Arizona Cardinals release Darnell Dockett

The Arizona Cardinals released Darnell Dockett Friday after the team and the player couldn’t come to a new contract agreement. Dockett’s contract carried a $9.8 million salary cap number into the final season of his current deal. The Cardinals will save $6.8 million of cap space with the move. “We have been very clear about our feelings for Darnell and our desire to...
Via Sports-Glory
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Female Friday: This cute Arizona Cardinals fan wears it better than Larry Fitzgerald

#Cardinals pic.twitter.com/qojsdf0KZU — Sexy NFL Fans (@SexyNFLFan) February 22, 2015 AROUND COVER32 First and 10: Ten teams that should trade for Adrian Peterson Bold Predictions: Five things that will happen in the NFL as March rolls in You may also be interested in: Female Friday: This cute Arizona Cardinals fan wears it better than Larry Fitzgerald Offensive Linemen...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals re-sign WR Larry Fitzgerald

This is a terrible move for the Cardinals. Yes, it lessens Fitzgerald’s cap hit for 2015, which was scheduled to be 23.6 million, but if this was the most of a pay cut that Fitzgerald was willing to take, they should have just outright cut them, a move that would have saved them about 9 million on the cap immediately and gotten him off their cap completely for 2016. This deal pays...
Via The Football Fan Spot
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals finalize deal to keep Larry Fitzgerald in Arizona

Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim indicated at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis that the team and wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald have completed a new two-year contract that will enable the veteran to remain in Arizona. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport is reporting that Fitzgerald’s new deal is for $11 million, a total that saves the team $13 million in 2015. It...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Larry Fitzgerald looking to finish career with Cardinals

It looks like the Arizona Cardinals and Larry Fitzgerald are hot and heavy in negotiations to have him finish his career as a member of the Cardinals. Fitzgerald was the third overall draft pick by the Cardinals in 2004 and has 909 receptions in a Cardinals uniform along with 89 touchdowns. It’s always nice to see someone as talented as Fitzgerald stay with the same team from...
Via This Given Sunday
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Cardinals, Larry Fitzgerald reportedly closing in on deal

Larry Fitzgerald is in position to end his career right where it started.   ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday that the Arizona Cardinals and the veteran wide receiver are nearing a multi-year contract that likely would keep him in Arizona for the rest of his career. Cardinals and Larry Fitzgerald closing in on multi-year deal that will get done and enable him to...
Via NESN.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals engaging in contract discusions

The Arizona Cardinals and their All-Pro wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald are trying to make things work for Fitzgerald to remain with the team in 2015. According to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, the Cardinals and Fitzgerald’s agent have begun talks to discuss an agreement that would allow Arizona to keep the 31-year-old Fitzgerald a Cardinal until he retires. Cardinals’ general...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals begin contract talks

Larry Fitzgerald might end up on another NFL team next season, but he’s still giving his current squad a chance.   Fitzgerald’s agent and the Arizona Cardinals have begun “preliminary, yet positive” contract talks, sources told Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic on Saturday. Reports surfaced shortly after the Cardinals’ loss to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC wild...
Via NESN.com
January 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Larry Fitzgerald will be asked to take pay cut

  Larry Fitzgerald might have taken his last snap with the Arizona Cardinals after their NFC Wild Card Game loss to the Carolina Panthers on Saturday.   NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that the Cardinals likely will ask the veteran wide receiver to take a pay cut from his $15 million salary in 2015. Fitzgerald has a $23.6 million cap hit for next season...
Via NESN.com
January 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Five teams that should pursue Larry Fitzgerald

Signs are pointing towards Larry Fitzgerald not staying the with Arizona Cardinals in 2015. Here are 5 teams that should sign him immediately. The post The 5 Teams That Should Consider Signing Larry Fitzgerald In 2015 appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Via The Sports Fan Journal
January 01, 2015  |  Discuss
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