Has Larry Fitzgerald ever led the league?

May 28, 2020 Off By idswater

Has Larry Fitzgerald ever led the league?

He is widely considered by fans, coaches and peers to be one of the greatest receivers in NFL history. Fitzgerald has been selected for the Pro Bowl eleven times. He was named First-team All-Pro in 2008 and Second-team All-Pro twice in 2009 and 2011….Larry Fitzgerald.

Receptions: 1,432
Receiving touchdowns: 121

Is Larry Fitzgerald a good player?

Fitzgerald is a proven big-game performer. In eight postseason games, he has 53 catches for 912 yards and 10 touchdowns. On Sunday, he became the only player in NFL history to have 150 receiving yards or more in three playoff games.

What NFL records does Larry Fitzgerald hold?

His 1,378 career receptions are the most by any player in NFL history with a single team and rank second all-time behind only Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice (1,549). Fitzgerald’s 17,083 career receiving yards also rank second in NFL history while his 120 career TD receptions rank sixth all-time.

What does Larry Fitzgerald do for the community?

The Larry Fitzgerald Foundation provides financial support to the Carol Fitzgerald Memorial Fund every year, and makes grants to other organizations in the community serving survivors of breast cancer and their families. In addition, Larry has long served as a spokesman for the NFL’s A Crucial Catch campaign.

Is Larry Fitzgerald retiring in 2020?

Wide receiver remains free agent, but hasn’t said he’s retiring either. Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald leads the Cardinals out of the tunnel in San Francisco before the 2020 season opener. It’s unlikely the wide receiver will be there Tuesday when the Cards open camp this year. The reason for it, however, remains vague …

Does Larry Fitzgerald sign autographs?

Larry Fitzgerald is signing autographs. Autographs $125.00 each on any item except full size helmet or jersey $150.00.