Fitzgerald played in the National Football League (NFL) for 17 seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. He played college football at University of Pittsburgh and was drafted by the Cardinals with the third overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft.
He holds many records for the franchise and the League, including 40 single-season and career franchise records with the Cardinals in the following categories: most receptions, most receiving yards, most touchdowns receiving, most total touchdowns, most games with 100-plus yards receiving, and the list goes on and on.
He is widely considered by fans, coaches and peers to be one of the greatest receivers in NFL history.
When he is not on the field or in the boardroom with one of his many business investments, you will find Larry on the golf course. In 2020 Larry Fitzgerald teamed up with Kevin Streelman to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for the second time in three years. They shot 33 under par for the tournament to finish five strokes ahead of Young and Mickelson winning his second Pebble Beach Pro Am tournament.
“I love the way you never beat the game. You are always working on something. You hit great shots, you hit really poor shots and it is rewarding at the end of the day. You make a good strike, a nice birdie putt, and it keeps you in it,” said Fitzgerald.
Fitzgerald’s golfing exploits include scoring a hole-in-one while playing with former President Barack Obama and winning the PGA Tour’s AT&T Pro-Am in California with professional Kevin Streelman.
Fitzgerald is also a minority owner of the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association.