If you have anything bad to say about Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald, you're wrong. That's a fact.
Fitzgerald just oozes awesomeness in everything he does -- on-and-off the field -- and now you can, too, via an awesome, dread-lock-covered T-shirt sold to raise money for his charity.
Check it out after the jump.
As you can see below, Fitzgerald's new threads allow anyone wearing one to look (somewhat) like Larry -- sans the muscles, hands, and talent, of course.
A portion of the proceeds go to one of Fitzgerald's charities, The First Down Fund.
Fitzgerald's mom died in 2003, and he started his first charity, the Carol Fitzgerald Memorial Fund, to raise money for breast-cancer awareness. The First Down Fund is an extension of that charity and raises money for children of breast-cancer victims.
A shirt will run you 11 bucks, and you can buy one here.
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