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As the Arizona Cardinals get set to begin training camp later this month, they will do so knowing that their best player, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, is going to turn 29-years-old before the start of the 2012 NFL regular season. That may not seem that old, but the elite wideout says that the window is quickly closing out in the desert.
Fitzgerald told the Arizona Republic as much when discussing expectations for the upcoming season, and why the Cards need to discover a sense of urgency, even telling some of his younger teammates what they need to make happen going forward.
“I don’t have another eight, nine years to play,” said the ninth year receiver out of Pittsburgh. ”I would love to, but realistically, that’s not going to happen. So the window of opportunity is short, and that’s another reason why I talked to Michael [Floyd], why I talk to Andre [Roberts]. I tell them, ‘Before you know it, you’re going to look down and find gray hair in your beard. You’re going to be sore...
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Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald acknowledges that the window is closing for him to win a Super Bowl before his career is over.
“I don’t have another eight, nine years to play,” Fitzgerald said, according to Dan Bickley of The Arizona Republic. “I would love to, but realistically, that’s not going to happen. So the window of opportunity is short...
For the second consecutive training camp, all eyes will be on Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb as he attempts to justify the hefty price the club paid to acquire him. Unlike last year, Kolb wont arrive in Flagstaff with the deck stacked against him.
Hes had a full offseason to heal a foot injury and a concussion. Hell have the playbook before he arrives. He participated in the...
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