Larry Fitzgerald on beating Seattle, his legacy and more

12/26/2016
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In a disappointing season, the Arizona Cardinals scored a victory on Saturday and in the process dented the home-field hopes of their rivals.

In his weekly conversation with Westwood One’s Jim Gray, Larry talks about the win in Seattle, what he thinks his legacy will be if he decides 2016 will be his last in the NFL and much more.

(Listen to Larry Fitzgerald’s interview with Jim Gray from 12/26/16)

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Arizona Cardinals star Larry Fitzgerald is Jim Gray’s guest each week during the Westwood One Monday Night Football pregame show. Larry Fitzgerald is brought to you by University of Phoenix.

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