Professional National football Leagues player Larry Fitzgerald Jr who plays as a wide receiver, has a total net worth of $50 million.
Larry Fitzgerald Jr. was born on August 31, 1983, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is the son of Larry Fitzgerald Sr. and Carol. His father used to work as a sportswriter for Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder.
During his teenage years, he worked as a ball boy for the Minnesota Vikings. He watched NFL players like Chris Carter, Warren Moon, Randy Moss, which gave him dedication and passion for becoming a professional NFL player.
Larry was picked up by the Arizona Cardinals 2004 NFL Draft in the first round and a third overall pick.
Later, he made his professional NFL debut in 2004. Currently, he is a free agent after his contract ended with the Arizona Cardinals in 2021.
|Full Name||Larry Darnell Fitzgerald Jr.|
|Common Name||Larry Fitzgerald|
|Net Worth||$50 million|
|Birthdate||August 31, 1983|
|Age||38 years old|
|Father’s Name||Larry Fitzgerald Sr.|
|Mother’s Name||Carol Fitzgerald|
|Nickname||Fitz, Sticky Fingers, Best Hands in The NFL|
|Home Town||Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|School||Academy of Holy Angels, University of Pittsburgh|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Weight||99 kg (218 lb)|
|Children||Devine Fitzgerald, Apollo Fitzgerald|
|Profession||Professional NFL Player|
|NFL Draft||2004/ Round 1/ Pick : 3|
|Current Club||Free Agent|
|Career Highlights and Awards||11X Pro Bowl, First-team All-Pro, Unanimous All-American, 2X Second-Team All-Pro, 2X NFL Receptions Leader, 2X NFL Receiving Touch down the leader|
|Endorsements||Nokia, Nike, University of Phoneix, Powercube, EAS, Lenovo, and Nokia,|
|Yards Per Reception||12.2|
|Social Media||Instagram, Facebook, Twitter|
Larry Fitzgerald: Net Worth and Income
As of 2021, Larry Fitzgerald has a total net worth of $50 million.
Larry has achieved this net worth through professional contracts, investments, and endorsements.
In fact, he was the 89th World’s highest-paid athlete in 2014 with an earning of $18.5 million. Moreover, he won $17 million through salary/winnings and $1.5 million through endorsement.
Earnings From Contract
Larry has played for the Arizona Cardinals for seventeen years. Throughout his professional career, Larry has earned roughly around $180,757,239 from professional contracts.
He signed his first professional contract in 2014. Larry signed a six-year contract worth $60,417,500.
Moreover, the contract included a signing bonus of $7.5 million and a total guarantee of $60,417,500. Afterward, Larry signed a three-year contract extension worth $25,407,500.
Following that contract, he would receive a signing bonus of $15 million and a total guarantee of $17.1 million.
In 2011, Larry signed a staggering new seven-year contract worth $113 million, making him the fifth highest-paid NFL player.
Furthermore, the contract also included $10 Million as a signing bonus and guaranteed $27 million at the time of signing.
Similarly, he signed a new two years contract in 2015, earning him $22 million. The contract also included a signing bonus of $10 million.
In 2016, Larry signed a contract extension for a year earning him $11 million. Likewise, he signed a contract extension in 2017, 2018, and 2019, earning him $11 million every year.
Moreover, In 2020 Larry signed a new one-year contract worth $11.5 million with Arizona Cardinals. Following that 2020 contract, he earned $11 million as a base salary, $406,250 as a roster bonus, and $250,000 as a Miscellaneous bonus.
Furthermore, the contract also included some bonuses like $250,000 for 23 catches, $250,000 for 76 catches, $250,000 for five touchdowns, and $250,000 for 805 receiving yards. Likewise, he will receive a per-game active bonus of $31,250.
Net Worth of Larry Fitzgerald in Different Currencies
Below is Larry Fitzgerald’s net worth in different currencies, including BitCoin.
|Pound Sterling||£ 36,012,500|
|Australian Dollar||A$ 67,696,250|
|Canadian Dollar||C$ 62,472,500|
|Indian Rupee||₹ 3,710,032,500|
House, Cars, & Jersey
Arizona House (Former)
Larry used to own the mansion in Arizona before selling it in 2018 for $5 million.
The mansion covers an area of 9,231 and has a total of 1.92 acres of land. Moreover, the house has a seven-bathroom and eight bedrooms, a kitchen, and a master bedroom.
Similarly, the house also has entertainment space, basketball court, batting cage, and putting cage.
This mansion also has a movie theatre, barber room, private saloon, and a wine cellar.
Paradise Valley ( Former)
Larry bought this magnificent mansion in 2015 for $3 million. Recently, he sold his house for $18 million.
The house covers an area of 13,929 sq feet and has access to four bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
Moreover, the house has a basketball court, pool, guest house, and a motor course. Likewise, from the house, we can see beautiful views of Camel Back Mountain.
Larry drives a luxurious Rolls Royce Nighthawk. This car has a starting price of $570,000 and can run at the maximum speed of 149 mph.
He also used to own 1968 Chevy Chevelle, 1970 Plymouth Cuda, and 1968 Dodge Charger at a combined price of 220,000
Moreover, he sold 1968 Chevy Chevelle for $60,500, 1970 Plymoth Cuda for $60,500 and 1968 Dodge Charger for $100,000.
Larry used to wear jersey number 11 when he played as a wide receiver for Arizona Cardinals.
Lifestyle & Vacation
As a professional footballer, he spends most of his time training and hitting the gym to remain fit.
He lifts the weight four times a week during the off-season and performs polymetric movements to increase his speed and jumping ability. Likewise, he performs cardio five times a week, switching between stairs, spin class, and treadmills.
His basic workout routine starts at 6:15, and he lifts weight for half-hour to increase his endurance. Likewise, he performs various squat that increases his running and jumping.
Afterward, during the season, he goes to team meetings to analyze opponents and analyze the opponents. He also spends some time on the field performing training drills.
Later, he spends 2-3 hours in his gym performing intense workouts during the afternoon. He takes part in team meetings and spends the rest of his day recovering and spending time with his family.
Larry eats oatmeal every morning with little brown sugar butter and berries. Likewise, he will have a small snack like grapes, raisins, and walnuts during team meetings and practices.
Similarly, for lunch, he devours fish, meat, or vegetables. As a nutritional supplement, he drinks An Eas Myploex Original Protein Shake.
Larry does not like eating fried foods, but he loves eating fried turkey, Marconi, and cheese.
Similarly, he loves to watch tv-series and Game of Thrones is his favorite show, and stark family is his favorite character.
Larry loves traveling to different parts of the world. In fact, he has traveled to 100 different countries.
Some of the countries he has visited are Vietnam, China, Italy, Egypt, Brazil, Spain, Antarctica, Germany, Netherland.
Larry Fitzgerald has devoted himself to a lot of philanthropic works. Fitzgerald is the founder of “Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund” which aims to help children and their families and support health-related organizations.
He also built a basketball court at Rev Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Park. Furthermore, Larey partnered with Riddle to provide helmets to 1,000 kids during the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation football program.
Moreover, his organization holds youth camp football in Arizona and Minnesota as a part of Charity. Likewise, he has also established “Carol Fitzgerald Memorial Fund,” which educates youth about breast cancer and HIV/AIDS.
Moreover, the fund also provides donations for breast cancer support groups, HIV AIDS support groups, and urban youth education.
Similarly, Fitzgerald partnered with Lenovo to provide laptops to Minneapolis and Phoenix schools to bridge the gap between technologies.
Larry is a successful entrepreneur and has built an amazing business portfolio.
He has bought some stake in NBA team Phoneix Stars. Likewise, he has opened his own Travel Company, Nomad Hills.
Moreover, Larry has invested around $20 million in the company Mercury.
He is also on the board of directors of Dick’s Sporting goods and has invested in Pro camps and Steak 44.
Larry is one of the renowned NFL players, and many companies are using his image to advertise their products. In Fact, he was earning around $1.5 million from endorsements deals,
Moreover, he had endorsement deals with Nike, University of Phoneix, Powercube, EAS, Lenovo, and Nokia,
Likewise, he has also appeared in commercials for many brands like Bose, Visa, Capital One, Microsoft, and Bridgestone.
Different authors have published a book about Larry Fitzgerald. Some of those books are
- Larry Fitzgerald (Football Heroes Make a Difference)– by Michael Sandler
- Larry Fitzgerald (A Robbie Reader)– by Russel Roberts
- Larry Fitzgerald: Pro Bowl Receiver (Inspiring Lives)– by Bardy Relnegal
Overall, Larry has started 263 games and has recorded 121 touchdowns and 1,432 receptions for 17,492 yards.
He attended the University of Pittsburgh and played for the Pittsburgh Panthers Football team. He was one of the best wide receivers during his college years.
Larry played 26 games as a wide receiver recording 161 receptions, 2,677 receiving yards, and 34 touchdowns.
He played so well for the team that his #1 jersey was retired by the University of Pittsburgh, making him one of nine players to receive the honor,
Larry started his career professional career in 2014 when Arizona Cardinals picked him up. Likewise, Larry made his debut against St. Louis Rams on September 12.
He finished his first season with eight touchdowns, 59 receptions, and 780 yards.
Similarly, he finished the 2005 season with 1,409 yards, ten touchdowns, and 103 receptions and made it into his first Pro Bowl.
Furthermore, Fitzgerald ended his 2006 season with 69 receptions, 946 yards, and six touchdowns.
Larry had an excellent 2007 season finishing the season with 10 touchdowns, catching 100 passes for 1,409 yards, and was nicknamed ” The Best Hands In The NFL.”
Likewise, Fitzgerald led the 2008 season with the highest touchdowns with 12. Moreover, he set the postseason record of 30 receptions, 546 receiving yards, breaking Jerry Rice’s record.
Moreover, in 2009 he played every game for Arizona Cardinals, recording 97 receiving yards following 13 touchdowns.
In 2010 he ranked 15 among NFL Top 100 Players of 2011 as he finished the season with 90 receptions, for 1,137 yards and six touchdowns,
Larry signed a new contract in 2011, making him the fifth highest-paid player in the NFL.
He made justice to his new contract and had a splendid 2011 season as he recorded eight touchdowns and caught 80 passes for 1,411 yards.
Likewise, Larry ended his 2012 season with 71 receptions for running 798 yards making it into his seventh career pro bowl.
Moreover, he had 10 touchdowns, and 82 receptions for 954 yards in 2013 and 63 receptions for 784 yards, as well as two touchdowns in 2014,
Similarly, in 2015 he had nine touchdowns and 109 catches for 1,215 yards.
Larry led the NFL list of highest receptions in the 2016 season with 107 and finished the season with 1,023 receiving yards and six touchdowns. Moreover, he made it into the third all-time career reception list.
In 2017 he entered in his 11 the Pro Bowl and finished his season strongly with six touchdowns, 109 receptions for 1,156 receiving yards. Moreover, he was named 27th in the top 100 players in the NFL.
Likewise, Larry finished his 2018 season with six touchdowns and 69 receptions for 734 yards.
Furthermore, he signed a one-year contract with Arizona Cardinals and played all 16 games in 2019, recording four touchdowns, 75 receptions for 804 yards.
Similarly, Fitzgerald finished his 2020 season playing 13 games, recording one touchdown, 75 receptions for 409 yards.
Facts About Larry Fitzgerald
Larry likes to travel to different countries. In Fact, he has traveled to more than 100 countries.
He has 17,492 receiving yards throughout his career and ranks second in highest receiving yards beside Jerry Rice.
Larry promised his mother that he would complete his education and complete his undergraduate degree from Phoneix.
Is Larry Fitzgerald going to retire?
Currently, Larry is a free agent after finishing his contract in 2021 with Arizona Cardinals. On retirement, Fitzgerald said that he has not yet decided and is excited about next season.
Does Larry Fitzgerald have a Super Bowl win?
Larry is a world-class wide receiver, but he is yet to win a Super Bowl.
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