By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The 34-year-old reportedly has a one-year deal in place for next season for reportedly $11 million. However, he’s electing to leave with Arians, who will coach his last game with the team this Sunday — and quarterback Carson Palmer may not be too far behind.
He was the third overall pick by the Cardinals in the 2004 NFL Draft. Since then, he has transformed into one of the greatest NFL wide receivers of all-time.
Fitzgerald is an 11-time Pro Bowler. He will be making his final Pro Bowl appearance this January in Orlando, Florida.
This season in 15 games, he has 101 receptions for 1,101 receiving yards and six touchdowns. This is his third straight 100-reception, 1,000-yardage season.
Since the 2004 season, he has had 1,226 receptions in his career for 15,490 receiving yards, including 110 touchdowns. He’s third all-time with the 15,490 receiving yards in NFL history.
Fitzgerald also has the third-most receptions in NFL history with 1,226 receptions. Rice is the all-time leader with 1,549 receptions, while Tony Gonzalez is second with 1,325 receptions (the most ever for a tight end, as well).
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