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Larry Fitzgerald is known for being one of the most respected and well-liked players in the NFL. He also has almost entirely avoided any sort of drama for the entirety of his Hall of Fame career. Some might even say Fitzgerald is the anti-Antonio Brown in that sense, especially if you've been closely following what's gone on in Steelers' camp this NFL offseason.

Well, when Fitzgerald was asked about current Brown's situation, which, of many things, has included him voicing his displeasure with Pittsburgh's starting quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, Fitzgerald had a fairly blunt response.

"I don't think he understands how good he has it," Fitzgerald said. 

Now, Fitzgerald could be referring to Brown's contract or QB situation, but either way, you sort of have to side with Fitz on this one. Brown is in the midst of a very public dispute with the Steelers, one that seemed to linger on for part of two seasons now.

Brown and the Steelers have clearly come to a point where it would be very difficult for Brown to remain on the team next season, meaning ​a trade seems likely.

While it's not an answer you would necessarily expect to hear from Fitzgerald, it is interesting to hear him speak out like this prior to what will likely be his final season in the NFL. 

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