Larry Fitzgerald doesn't get it.
He hasn't said or done anything on UStream all week. He hasn't ripped Roger Goodell for getting paid a salary commensurate with his job of running a multibillion-dollar business or complained about his own contract. He hasn't admitted losing nearly every penny he has earned and announced a desperation signing with a team in a football league few had ever heard of.
Someone needs to pull Fitzgerald aside and explain that this is not how a wide receiver in the NFL is supposed to behave. He isn't supposed to be generous and kind, inquisitive and sensitive, thoughtful and genuine. He is supposed to be singularly focused on himself, his body, his accomplishments, his Q rating and his wallet.
Here is the rest of Ashley Fox's story about Arizona's star receiver.