Larry Fitzgerald – WR
For the last 15 years, Fitzgerald has spent his time in the NFL with just one team. Drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 2004, the 35-year-old wide receiver has developed into one best pass catchers to ever step on a football field.
During his career, Fitzgerald has caught over 1,300 passes for more than 16,000 yards and 116 touchdowns. His consistent play over the years has earned the veteran receiver 11 invites to the Pro Bowl since he entered the NFL in 2004.
Despite his accomplishments, one thing has always alluded Fitzgerald during his career. The talented wide receiver has never been a part of a Super Bowl winning roster.
If he doesn’t end up retiring (which he says is still up in the air), could Fitzgerald be willing to come and play for his hometown Minnesota Vikings in 2019? Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, nothing would be more magical than to see the veteran receiver hoist a Vince Lombardi trophy in a Vikings uniform.
If the Vikings were able to find a way to add him to their roster in 2019, he would be an excellent third option to pair with Minnesota’s dynamic receiving duo of Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs.