Found October 29, 2013 on Pro Football Spot:
Larry Fitzgerald has been the face of the Arizona Cardinals for the last several seasons. He was a mega star with Kurt Warner, and became, at the time, the most explosive receiver in the league. In recent years, his numbers have dropped tremendously due to bad quarterback play, but the talent is still there. How valuable is he? Let's look at his value to the Cardinals. Larry Fitzgerald is the Cardinals offense. He is the guy that opponents plan against. He's a guy that even with mediocre quarterback play, can change a game with just one play (look at the 49ers game 2 weeks ago). He's perhaps the most valuable player on the team. Without him, their offense suffers significantly and become less of a force in the passing game. So yes, he's valuable to the team. Is he valuable on the trade market? Not as much as you would think. Although he's still relatively productive, Larry Fitzgerald is getting up there in age as he is 30 years old. However, he's still prob...
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