Larry Fitzgerald
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The New York Times | Jul 23rd
Coach Arians wants Fitz on the inside more in 2014.
Breaking Football | Jul 22nd
If he wasn't banged up for numerous games he would have been even better last year. Palmer brought him back to life. Expect a bigger 2014.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He may find a new home in 2014, but even if he doesn't he finds a way to put up consistent fantasy numbers. A new home would be a huge upside for Fitzgeralds upside.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
After five straight 1,000-yard receiving seasons, Fitz has gone two straight seasons without breaking that plateau. The 30-year-old star laid out his 2014 goals in response to a question about his recent contract restructuring and whether the team can afford to keep him in 2015. Fitzgerald is entering a contract season and with the hopes of getting back to that 1,300 to 1,400-plus yard range. Fitzgerald has posted three 1,400- plus yard seasons (2005, 2007 and 2011). He caught a career-high 13 touchdowns in 2009 and is looking to get back to that level of production.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Still the best receiver on the Cardinals but Floyd closing in fast, both capable of WR2 numbers
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Fitzgerald bounced back last year with 10 touchdown receptions, but still had only 82 receptions and 954 yards. Until the Cardinals find a good quarterback, Fitzgerald is a fantasy WR2.
Rotoprofessor | Jun 2nd
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Conventional wisdom would have Larry Fitzgerald as the obvious better fantasy option among Arizona Cardinals’ wide receiver. He’s long been considered one of the elite in the game, and that’s generally been with mediocre quarterbacks throwing him the ball.
Razzball | May 28th
Now that the draft dust has settled and mini-camps have started, we can start to get serious about rookie wide receiver and tight end contributions in fantasy football this year.  The wide receiver class is full of studs; those who could potentially unseat the incumbents and make some serious noise.  The tight end class is much weaker, as there are only a couple of  names that ...