Will Larry Retire?

Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by cardsfanmd, Apr 4, 2021.

Yes or no?

  1. Yes, he’s going to hang em up

  2. No, he’s going to play in 2021

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  1. BigRedRage

    BigRedRage Reckless Contributor

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  2. Jetstream Green

    Jetstream Green Kool Aid with a touch of vodka

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    This is what I why do if I was Larry because I have no idea what he might do, but trying to get into his mindset. I think he is retiring, though I would take the vet minimum knowing that I would still be better than any guy on the fourth spot and slowly chip away at Rice's records with a grin on my face because the dude though slow as rocks now can still catch and stack his stats slowly (and Larry regardless is still in great shape)... oh, and the Cards and Q need to have a come to Jesus meeting and honor him if one takes into account the big picture :)
     
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    If it's taking this long he is probably retiring love larry as a card but cards need more speed at wr so might be perfect time to hang up cleats
     
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    I think Fitz wants to continue to play. I think he's waiting to see how the draft goes. Not only for the Cardinals, but for other CONTENDING teams. If the Cardinals continue to beef up their WR room, he may go elsewhere. I still think Fitz wants to play another 2 seasons. Maybe more barring injuries & circumstances.
     
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    Gambling sites have set his odds at retiring around 80%’ish. I have never gambled, so I’m not sure what my return would be if I dropped say $200 on him returning.
     
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    If he returns it will be after training camp.
     
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    This is comical at this point.
     
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    I would be fine with both.... love the az flag jerseys....

    Larry on the other hand??? Move him to TE.... don’t see any reason why he can’t do everything Dan Arnold did last season
     
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    Other than the fact that he’s 2” shorter and can’t run or jump like Arnold, I guess you’re right. He wouldn’t commit moronic penalties as frequently though.
     
  10. TheCardFan

    TheCardFan Things have changed.

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    What keeps going through my mind...why would Larry retire this year when the team is clearly loading up for a run?
     
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    Why? He almost always takes a long time to decide. I think the last two years he said he was coming back a lot sooner but before that it was always around or after the draft before he said anything.
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    I don’t recall it ever being this long.
     
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    At this point, I’m certain he’s not retiring.
     
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    Think about it guys:

    this “buildup” of “what Larry is gonna do” isn’t his style; he isn’t one to draw attention, much less make a spectacle of himself.

    if he was going to leave, he would have left already. I don’t think he is done.

    I admittedly don’t know wtf is going on, but he wouldn’t drag this thing along to say “sorry I’m retiring.”

    I could be wrong, trust me. If you can’t trust me, ask any of my ex’s and they will tell you...

    I just don’t see him hanging it up like this.
     
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    You seriously think this team has a legit shot at the championship? Because I sure don't. I think it's 50 50 at best they can even make the playoffs.
     
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