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need for one more guy, a sure thing (or as close as it can be) is still out there. Look, it's not going to be Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals are now good, or think they are, and Fitzgerald would be a monster cap hit to Arizona if traded) or
your guy out of the market, you’re screwed.” Look, there’s nothing that says slot receivers deserve Larry Fitzgerald -type of deals -- that eight-year, $128.5 million deal that included $50 million guaranteed
considered much of a salary cap priority -- instead, it was the guys on the outside who made the big money, with Larry Fitzgerald ’s contract being the best example. (In August 2011, Fitzgerald signed an eight-year, $128.5 million
look toward free agency or the draft to try and remedy their issues. It would be a shame if a wide receiver like Larry Fitzgerald spent another year wasted. 32. Mark Sanchez / Tim Tebow /Greg McElroy, Jets. Whatever starting quarterback emerges
in the league in that span, trailing only DeSean Jackson (32), Mike Wallace (31), Calvin Johnson (30) and Larry Fitzgerald (29). However, it appears that he and Brady have struggled to get on the same page when it comes to the deep ball
early downs. WIDE RECEIVER Tier One Julian Edelman Doug Baldwin Antonio Brown Demaryius Thomas Emmanuel Sanders Larry Fitzgerald Michael Floyd John Brown Tyler Lockett A.J Green DeAndre Hopkins The top 11 options are all very appealing
7,900 WR Martavis Bryant – $4,700 WR Larry Fitzgerald – $7,400 TE Coby Fleener – $3,000 FLEX Frank Gore ..... 4,300 TE Antonio Gates – $5,000 FLEX Larry Fitzgerald – $7,400 DST Rams – $2,400 QB Carson Palmer – $6,700 RB
the receivers because he doesn’t hog targets the way Andre Ellington does. There are plenty of targets to keep Larry Fitzgerald , John Brown and Floyd fed. The Ravens are a nice matchup as well, so it’s all systems go for Monday Night Football
good one. He fits the paradigm for a cheap player, because he can score multiple times in the right matchup, and Larry Fitzgerald will draw more coverage, even if Floyd starts to heat up. Devin Smith, Jets vs. Washington, $3,000 Here
Brady – $8,100 RB LeGarrette Blount – $4,400 RB Shane Vereen – $4,200 WR Anquan Boldin – $4,300 WR Larry Fitzgerald – $7,000 WR Torrey Smith – $4,200 TE Rob Gronkowski – $7,600 FLEX Eddie Lacy – $6,300 DST Jets – $3,100 QB Andy Dalton