Larry Fitzgerald responds to 'classless' retiring comment, shows different side on Twitter_freckle removal by laser

Jeremy Cluff, Arizona Republic·4 min readIn this article:
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Followers of former Arizona Cardinals star Larry Fitzgerald have seen a different side of the former wide receiver this week.

One that interacts a lot on social media.

Fitzgerald has been very active on Twitter this week, responding to questions from fans and interacting on the platform.

And like he did throughout his NFL career, Fitzgerald handled himself like a professional in the interactions, even when people could have been attempting to bait him into stepping out of character.

One example?

One tweet accused Fitzgerald of being "classless" in the way he handled ending his playing career.

"Very classless of you to retired without thanking your teammates and fans . I know the owner , gm and coaches don’t deserve a thing , but You handled it awfully," the tweet said.

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Very classless of you to retired without thanking your teammates and fans . I know the owner , gm and coaches don’t deserve a thing , but You handled it awfully

— gorgeous (@coqui_junior) March 15, 2022

Fitzgerald responded to the tweet with: "I respect your opinion sir and thank you for sharing your thoughts. Hopefully I run into you at some point and we have conversation over a cold soft drink I will buy. pray you are well and appreciate your support of our beloved Cardinals."

I respect your opinion sir and thank you for sharing your thoughts. Hopefully I run into you at some point and we have conversation over a cold soft drink I will buy. pray you are well and appreciate your support of our beloved Cardinals.

— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) March 15, 2022

It was just one of several highlight worthy tweets from the future Hall of Famer on Twitter this week.

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