Larry Fitzgerald was the USA Network character of the week for September 19 - 26 to coincide with his Arizona Cardinals vs. the Indianapolis Colts on the September 27th edition of Sunday Night Football.
Larry Fitzgerald appeared on the cover of the video game NCAA Football 05.
On October 31, 2008 Larry Fitzgerald's former girlfriend Angela Nazario filed a restraining order against him.
Larry Fitzgerald is on the cover of EA Sports' Madden 10 video game.
Larry Fitzgerald is a big fan of chess.
Larry Fitzgerald's father Larry Fitzgerald Sr. covers sports for the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder.
Larry Fitzgerald's nicknames include "Sticky Fingers" and "The Best Hands in the NFL" due to how rarely he drops a pass.
Larry Fitzgerald holds an NCAA Football record with at least one touchdown catch in 18 straight games.
From ages 15-18 Larry Fitzgerald was a ball boy for the Minnesota Vikings.
Larry Fitzgerald attended the University of Pittsburgh where he was a stand-out football player.
Larry Fitzgerald is 6 ft. 3 in. (1.91 m) tall and weighs 220 lbs. (100 kg)
Larry Fitzgerald was the MVP of the 2008 Pro Bowl.
Larry Fitzgerald plays the wide receiver position.
Larry Fitzgerald: I think my passion for sports came from within. I had been around (the players), and they showed me the path-they showed me that this is the kind of life I wanted, and that this is what I wanted to do when I got older. I was always carrying that in front of me and chasing that dream-I'm still chasing it.
Larry Fitzgerald: I want to be the best; I won't stop at anything. I've made a lot of sacrifices in my life to put myself in this position. Now I want to be the best, and I'll do whatever I can within my power. And, God willing, I can stay healthy and go that way.
Larry Fitzgerald: Training is always a huge part of being successful. The way you train, the way you eat and the things you put in your body directly correlate to what you get out of your body. So it's important to put the right things into it.
Larry Fitzgerald: My first day of training camp was pretty tough, because I had never dealt with the kind of intensity that comes with being a college athlete. The jump to college was actually tougher than the jump to the pros. I remember getting hit my first day of camp. Afterwards, I called my dad and said, "Maybe I'm not cut out for this." He was like, "I don't want hear that kind of stuff out of you," then he stopped answering my phone calls until the end of training camp. I had to get my life together by myself.
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