Larry Fitzgerald is one of the greatest players in the NFL today and arguably one of the greatest wide receivers to ever play the game. However, even though he has or soon will have just about every significant wide receiver record in Arizona Cardinals history the team may have to do the unthinkable.
They may have to cut or trade him.
In 2011 Fitzgerald signed a heck of a contract, an 8-year deal worth $120 million. Anyone that watches football--especially fantasy football nuts--will tell you he is worth it. Even though he has struggled with poor quarterback play outside of Kurt Warner he has amassed over 10,000 receiving yard before turning 30.
So why on Earth would the Cardinals even consider cutting or trading him? Well, because within the next year or two he may be too expensive to keep.
Next season his cap hit is going to be $10.25 million. In 2014 it shoots up to $18 million and than up even further in 2015 to $21.25 million. For a team that is in need of so ...