Larry Fitzgerald is an American football wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League born in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

At 25, during his five seasons, Fitzgerald has caught 426 passes, also he already surpassed 400 catches, the way he's going, he could finish his career among the top pass-catchers ever and nobody else has come close to that total at his age. He doesn't just make difficult catches. He makes impossible catches.

In his outstanding status, many people believe that Fitzgerald might still rise even more. His coach, Ken Whisenhunt, and his quarterback, Kurt Warner shared back the he [Fitzgerald ] might still rise to greater heights.

When you see a dynamic player like that who wants to be great, the sky's the limit, Whisenhunt said Friday.

Warner added: He's amazingly talented. He can get even better.

Larry has done this for a number of years now, and I just don't think he's gotten the attention that he's gotten this year, Warner continued I'm very happy for Larry that we've been in some games that has gotten him more attention on a national level so people can see some of the things that Larry does.

Fitzgerald has always been this good. People are just starting to notice.

Fitzgerald, the Cards' dazzling fifth-year wide receiver, will be the Eagles' No. 1 concern in Sunday's NFC Championship Game in Glendale, Ariz. He led the NFC this year with 1,431 receiving yards - his third season with more than 1,400 yards - then had 101 yards against the Falcons and 166 against the Panthers - a remarkable 151 of them in the first half.