|Celebrated Name/Nick Name:||Larry Fitzgerald|
|Real Name/Birth Name:||Larry Darnell Fitzgerald Jr.|
|Age:||37 years old|
|Birth Date/Birthday:||31 August 1983|
|Birth Place:||Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States|
|Height/How Tall:||1.91 m|
|Marital Status:||In relationship|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Melissa Blakesley|
|Children:||Yes (Apollo Fitzgerald, Devin Fitzgerald)|
|Yes (Melissa Blakesley)|
|Is Larry Fitzgerald Gay? (Name of Partner):||No|
|Does he have tattoos?:||No|
|Profession:||American football wide receiver|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$130 million|
|Last Updated:||September 2020|
Larry Fitzgerald is a prominent American football player who is currently playing for the Arizona Cardinals. In 2003, he was regarded as the Unanimous All-American. Larry is a very kind human being.
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Early Life & Biography:
Larry Fitzgerald was born on 31 August 1983 in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States to Larry Fitzgerald and Carol. His father was working as the sportswriter while his mother, Carolin died in 2003 due to the brain haemorrhage. He completed his primary education from the Academy of Holy Angels in the Richfield, Minnesota. For pursuing higher education, Larry went to the University of Pittsburgh. He was the part of his college football team, Pittsburgh Panthers Football.
Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Larry Fitzgerald’s age is 37 years old as of today’s date 27th September 2020 having been born on 31 August 1983. Though, he is 1.91 m tall, he weighs about 99 kg.
Personal Life: Affair, Girlfriends, Wife, Kids
Are you curious to know about the private life of the Larry Fitzgerald? He has two sons: Devin and Apollo. Larry loves to travel, and till to today, he has visited more than 100 countries.
Career, Awards & Nominations:
In 2004, Larry Fitzgerald he was drafted to the Arizona Cardinals. He made his debut against the Louis Rams in 2004. In his first match, he recorded four receptions for 70 yards. On 19 December 2004, he became the youngest NFL player to record two touchdowns.
He started 2005 NFL season with 13-reception and one touchdown. He played brilliantly in 2005 and had 103 receptions, ten touchdowns and 1409 yards. The 2008 NFL season was the turning point of Larry’s life. During this season, he achieved many individual goals as well as he was playing a crucial role in his team’s success. In 2011, he resigned with the Arizona Cardinals for a whopping $120 million.
He appeared on the cover page of the video game, NCAA Football 2005. Larry features on the cover page of the Madden NFL 10 along with the Troy Polamalu.
Let’s talk about the career statistics of the Larry Fitzgerald. As per the NFL.com, Larry had 1,234 receptions for 15,545 receiving yards and scored ten touchdowns in his vocation.
As a player, he developed some extraordinary football skills and had created several NFL records. He became the first player who recorded more than 90 receptions in 9 seasons. Larry is also the youngest player to record 6000 receiving yards. In 2003, Larry was honoured with the Fred Biletnikoff and Walter Camp Award. In the same year, Larry was named as the Big East Offensive Player of the Year. Recently, he was regarded as the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year. Larry was selected to the Pro Bowl team for 11 times in his NFL career.
Larry Fitzgerald’s Net Worth & Salary in 2020
As of 2020, the net worth of the Larry Fitzgerald is around $130 million. He accumulated such gigantic net worth from his professional career as well as from brand endorsements.
Larry founded the “Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund” to helps needy families and kids. He donated almost 1,000 helmets to the kids in the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Football Program.
He supported economic development projects in countries like Africa, India, the Philippines, Thailand, etc. Larry has also helped the Starkey Hearing Foundation.