Larry Fitzgerald Calls 2012 “Most Disappointing Season Of His Career”
You know the quarterback play on your team has been bad, when you are ecstatic about your team acquiring a guy most pundits would describe as mediocre at best.
Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is on cloud nine about the trade for Carson Palmer. We’re not sure how long this excitement will last, but for now Fitzgerald is feeling somewhat rejuvenated.
Fitzgerald during a conversation with Darren Urban of Cardinals.com, said “2012 was the most disappointing season of his career.”
.@larryfitzgerald on Carson Palmer: “I’m coming off the most disappointing season of my career and I’m in ‘prove it’ mode …
— Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) April 2, 2013
Fitzgerald’s 798 receiving yards were his lowest numbers of his output since his rookie year, and his four touchdowns were the fewest of any season in his career.
Palmer can throw for 4,000 yards in his sleep, so Larry Fitzgerald should be in line for a huge season.