Should Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald Be Compared To Jerry Rice or Randy Moss?

July 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On August 31, 1983, at St Joseph's Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota, a star was born.
That star is Larry Darnell Fitzgerald Jr. Since beginning Pee Wee at age 10, Fitzgerald has blown away spectators not just with his skills, but his classy attitude as well.
Never one to celebrate, blast teammates or coaches, Fitzgerald is one of the most humble, outspoken players in a league where most top receivers are divas.
The combination of strength, height, athleticism, and instinctive football knowledge has elevated Fitzgerald to be compared to the all-time great receivers such as Jerry Rice, Randy Moss, Michael Irvin, etc. Thousands tune in to Arizona Cardinals games every Sunday, simply hoping to see the next top-10 highlight by the most electrifying player in the league.
The Early Years
Fitzgerald's father, Larry Fitzgerald Sr., is a sportswriter for the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, where he covers the Minnesota Vikings. Through his connect...

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