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Larry Fitzgerald 2019???

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Well, It looks like Larry Fitzgerald is done in Arizona after this season, so if he wants a last shot on a super bowl ring... should the colts then try to get him?

 

I know he's turning 36 during the summer, but his numbers for this last season are pretty okay.

6 td's

69 receptions 

734 yards

and 10,6 avg yards pr catch. 

 

If we don't draft a big body, I would love him on our team as a backup WR and give some of his experience on to the younger guys.

 

He might retire, but IF he choose to go somewhere else than Arizona, I would love him in a colts uniform and a big target for Luck.

By the way, he won't want huge money.

 

Thoughts? 

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Colts have tried this a couple times. (Aging veteran)

 

Easy pass!

 

Nothing else to really discuss.

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I’d be very interested in Fitz.   Super high character guy and he still has talent.   I think he could still help the Colts.

 

But my hunch says Ballard will pass...

 

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3 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

I’d be very interested in Fitz.   Super high character guy and he still has talent.   I think he could still help the Colts.

 

But my hunch says Ballard will pass...

 

Dude still has the  best hands in the league imo. he's one of my favorite players in the league I always feel so bad that he has had a garbage QB 90% of his career.

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19 hours ago, DownHillRunner said:

Two words: ANDRE JOHNSON! 

Larry has always been way better than Johnson. 

Besides, Luck is way more healthy now, than when we signed Johnson.

 

But, It won't happen, just read Larry won't play for another team.

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