Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald makes NFL Top 100 for 10th straight year

Jeremy Cluff
Arizona Republic
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The NFL Network's NFL Top 100 list has been produced for 10 straight seasons.

The Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald has found himself on the list all 10 of those seasons.

Fitzgerald came in at No. 69 in the 2020 rankings, which are being unveiled this week.

He is the third Cardinals player to make the rankings so far. Safety Budda Baker was No. 97 on the list, which is voted on by players.

Quarterback Kyler Murray was No. 90.

It was Baker and Murray's first times on the list.

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Fitzgerald was ranked No. 60 on the list in 2019. He was No. 27 in 2018 and No. 45 in 2017.

In 2016, he was No. 27 and in 2015 he was ranked No. 68.

He was No. 38 in 2014, No. 22 in 2013 and No. 7 in 2012.

When the list first game out in 2011, Fitzgerald was ranked No. 14 in the league by his peers.

Fitzgerald, 37, had 75 receptions for 804 yards and four touchdowns last season.

He is second to Jerry Rice in NFL history in receiving yards and receptions.

The NFL Network will unveil spots No. 40-11 in its NFL Top 100 rankings on Tuesday night and will unveil the Top 10 on Wednesday.

Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins are expected to be among the remaining players in the rankings.

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