For the love everything: Bring Fitz back

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  1. Vacard

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    Do what you have to do to bring him back, he got plenty of game left.
     
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    For what? This current team, if all the stars align, is a 6 win team at the tippy top best and next year with either some retread QB, Stanton, Gabbert, or whatever rookie, if any, we take, will be worse. Larry deserves better than this.
     
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    He's been on worst Cardinal teams.
     
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    Sure if it's not at the expense of another position you can not have a high cap hit number on a 35 year old wide receiver
     
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    Not at 35 and he needs a QB who can sling. His least productive seasons were with the QB's who should have never been in this league.
     
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    Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is a reality if he plays too long. He's a bright guy with a worldwide philosophy. He wants to do much more than play football. The game has made him a wealthy man. I think he's given more than enough and deserves to live a long, healthy life. He'll leave; he's too smart not to do so.
     
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    No amount of money will keep Larry playing if he feels done.

    I am 90 percent sure he has already decided this will be his last season.
     
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    Enjoy this season as it’ll be his last


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    Well Max Hall or his equivalent will never be fielded. Or they could trade for one like Brasett or Garapolo.
     
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    He played for like what..11-12 seasons and played football for most of his life. You don't think he might have some mild form of it already (god forbid) if we are to believe the report?
     
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    His best yardage season was 2011 (or it was 2nd best, over 1400 yards). His QBs were Kolb and Skelton.


    That said, I would be surprised if he comes back. If he wants to do TV, he will do great. He could be another Michael Strahan, not just a color guy. And, he already owns three businesses that are reportedly doing well.
     
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    The right thing to do would be trade him before the deadline to a legitimate Super Bowl contender. Would be great if the Vikings were one of those teams. I don't know when the trade deadline is but I'm pretty sure it will be very apparent we won't be in the mix.
     
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    If Fitz is staying n the NFL past this year, he's going to want to win a ring. I would also 100% bet he's angling for greater receiving TD records, either breaking through the top 5 at 128 TDs, or he's looking to surpass Chris Carter's 130 TDs since he grew up idolizing him and hanging around the Vikings facility.

    Being 33 years old is really not that old, and speed was never his game. He's not going to lose the ability to catch a football anytime soon, and he still has the best body position on a high ball in the league. I just don't believe this is his last year, and I think he's got 2-3 more in him.
     
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    Yep he's playing for 1 reason at this point, sucks we can't send him out the way he deserves. Larry Legend has given every ounce of heart, soul & blood to the Cardinal organization & fans. There's never been a bigger warrior wearing red!!!

    Btw I think he got a ding dong to his head on the great TD today. Ugh
     
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    Will miss him terribly. He won't be back.
     

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