After being drafted No.3 in the 2004 NFL Draft Larry Fitzgerald said that he plans to make this season his last season lacing them up. At 33-years-old Fitzgerald has been one of the most productive wide receivers in the league. He just signed a one-year contract extension with the Cardinals last month.
After 12 years on the gridiron Fitzgerald has manage to grab 1,018 receptions for 13,366 yards and 98 touchdowns. He is two touchdown catches away from being only the 10th receiver to have 100 touchdowns.
He is not only a dominating force in the regular season but as well as the post-season. In 2008 NFC Championship, he became the first player in history to catch three touchdowns in the first half in a conference championship game. Last season he single handily defeated the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional round, by catching a 75-yard pass to open up overtime and scoring the game-winning touchdown a couple of plays later.
He will start the 2016 season off against the New England Patriots at 8:30 P.M. ET.