Larry Fitzgerald has had a Hall of Fame career in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals and he says when it is all said and done he wont be shedding any tears when it's all over.

Fitzgerald has been rumored to be retiring at the end of the last couple of seasons and it appears by leaving it all on the field, it wont be something that makes him emotional when he calls it quits.

According to ESPN, Fitzgerald responded to the question about whether or not there would be a press conference with tears and at his opening press opportunity of the season with the team, he said this:

"That's not how I am, I'm just one player out of 1,600 in the National Football League and it's a lot bigger than me. It's never going to be like that."

Fitzgerald enters his 14th season as the reigning reception leader in the NFL after logging another 1,000 yard season in 2016.

The comments from Fitzgerald are on par with the person we've seen his whole career. A man who isn't about himself, but the team and always comes to work looking to get better.

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