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Schefter just reported Fitz is on the block

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We need to draft our own Larry Fitzgerald!!

 

 

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Man you folks are out of your mind if you wouldn't take him IF he restructured his deal....and we all know Gettleman is a restructure kinda GM....and didn't have to give up a kings ransom in regards to draft picks. Having him on our team would probably have added two more wins for us this year.

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Could you imagine Fitz across from Evans(draft), Smitty in the slot and Ginn running streaks in 4wr sets? I'm fittin to bust.

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The only way this happens is if Fitz and Gettleman come to a prior agreement to restructure once a trade is complete. There's no way we trade for him with that contract if we run the risk of either having to pay him the full amount or cut him.

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fitzgerald is worth every dime of his contract to a team with a competent qb.

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I didn't say he sucked or anything, I said his best years were behind him. Obviously he's still damn good, but it's not like he has some upside... if anything it's likely all downhill from here on out.

We need to look to the future, not trade picks for a 30+ year old WR who is going to want waaaay too much damn money.

If he wants to go to a contender, he won't get a big contract. That's not how it works. Players take paycuts to go to San Francisco and New England. He'll have to restructure his contract and then take a paycut in order for a trade to work.

Fitzgerald isn't a player that depends on speed. One of the last things to go is strength. For instance, Boldin is still beasting. Larry could play at a high level into his mid 30s. In addition, Shula's offense would only prolong his career.

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lol @ signing any big name player ever

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Lol the people saying that Fitzgerald's best days are behind him are likely the same people who think height and straight line speed are essential parts of having a good wide receiver.

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Lol the people saying that Fitzgerald's best days are behind him are likely the same people who think height and straight line speed are essential parts of having a good wide receiver.

He has played in the NFL for a decade....his best days aren't yet to come.

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Do want

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Fitzgerald would be considered 'elite' at least for 3-4 more years, and 'good' for 2-3 years after that. Larry is a guy who is worth every penny.

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...some people just have diarrhea of the brain...

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