Larry Fitzgerald's promising football career was interrupted by personal tragedy when his mother died of cancer while he was in college. Larry decided to dedicate his life to her, to become the kind of person she always hoped he would be. Avoiding the pitfalls many modern athletes fall victim to, he became one of the greatest wide receivers in college football history. The crowning achievement of his career was winning the Walter Camp Award as the nation's top college football player of 2003.
Larry left college early to try his hand in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals and began his pro career under the guiding hand of Dennis Green, Arizona's head coach and a longtime Fitzgerald family friend. In four brief years, Larry has posted numbers that compare favorably with the greatest receivers in the history of the NFL.
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