Larry Fitzgerald
Larry Fitzgerald

Larry Fitzgerald

Arizona Cardinals
Note from FantasyPros Staff
Fri, Jul 1st 4:08pm EDT
We all remember the way he began the season, but don't forget that he finished the season as the clear No. 3 receiver for the Cardinals. There is a reason 78% of our experts say he is being drafted too high this year, and most notably, Mike Tagliere of Pro Football Focus has him ranked as the No. 44 wide receiver in the draft. Take note and tread lightly.
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 30th
Finished 9th and 16th among WRs in FAN PTS in his past two full seasons with Palmer at QB - still in great shape, and health, at 32, looks primed for another top 20 WR run in this fruitful offense
WalterFootball | Aug 26th
Fitzgerald's numbers were all over the board last season, but it's apparent that he's no longer the big-play threat he was. Still, he's very much in play as a possession receiver and gets a big bump in PPR leagues
RotoBaller | Aug 24th
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Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 23rd
I think Fitzgerald will be more of a WR3 on an offense that is going to look to run the ball a lot this year.
Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 21st
Last season, Larry Fitzgerald finished 9th in receiving yards with 1,215. Michael Floyd actually led the Arizona WRs in targets once David Johnson took over as the starting RB. With Larry Fitzgerald and John Brown in the mix, it's hard to get excited about any of these WRs. On a weekly basis, it may be a Wide Receiver By Committee (WRBC) or whoever has the hot receiving hand each week.
The NY Times | Aug 11th
109 grabs for 1,215 yards and 9 TDs in '15 proves there's still plenty left from the soon to be 33 yr old.
Dynasty Football Warehouse | Jul 8th
This will be the year that Fitz shows signs of slowing down