Fitzgerald doesn't know what it would cost to pry Peterson away from the Vikings, but his presence in the desert would add a jolt of electricity to next season's race for the NFC West.
"You have to look at what he's able to do, you know, in terms of controlling the line of scrimmage and breaking short gains and making long gains and finishing in the end zone. I mean, he's the complete package," said Fitzgerald, set to host the Fifth Annual Larry Fitzgerald Double Play Celebrity Softball Game on Saturday in Scottsdale, Ariz. "What he's worth, I'm not a GM, I have no idea on compensation or players. What I do know, he's a dynamic talent and he will be an asset to anybody."
While Fitzgerald went out of his way call Ellington "our bell cow," he also acknowledged that when the dust settles, "I think we're going to have multiple backs that are going to help us."
We'll know soon enough if that means a new home for A.P.