Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald made his 1,079th career reception today against the San Francisco 49ers, passing Terrell Owens on the all-time list. A few plays (and another reception later), Fitzgerald made a catch from quarterback Carson Palmer, but flipped over 49ers defensive back Jimmie Ward, and…
Remember those Aaron Rodgers heroics from a few minutes ago, how he threw for a first down on fourth-and-20 and then found the end zone on the final play of regulation to force overtime? Yeah, he never touched the football again as Carson Palmer found Larry Fitzgerald a few times—the last on a goal-line shovel…
Larry Fitzgerald's Cardinals career could come to an end if Arizona loses to Carolina this weekend, according to a report from Craig Morgan of Fox Sports Arizona. Fitzgerald's large contract and his unwillingness to restructure could make him a cap casualty in the offseason.
Vince Young may not be the hero Arizona deserves, but he just might be the hero it needs. The Seattle Seahawks are in the process of thoroughly humiliating the Cardinals 58-0. As of this writing, there are an ungodly two minutes and change remaining—and Seattle has the ball.
This is LarryLarryLarryLarry Fitzgerald's 73-yard touchdown from Sunday, as exuberantly described by Gabriel Trujillo of 710 ESPN Deportes Radio in Phoenix. It contains the cadences of a soccer call, and about 800 times the excitement due a Cardinals/Redskins game. [AZCardinals.com]
We all remember this, right? One Madden player's profane, exultant play-by-play of virtual Greg Jennings' gamebreaking score. Real Greg Jennings gets in on the fun with a family-friendly reenactment, with narration by Larry Fitzgerald.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: that's what his father says anyway.
3-7 San Francisco plays at 3-7 Arizona tonight. The Cardinals have lost five straight. And yet, in the very sad NFC West wasteland, a win could put either team a game back of the division lead. Should this be illegal?
The healing process works like this:
1. Lose a leg.
2. Visually dedicate the replacement prosthetic to a great wide receiver.
3. Somehow meet that great wide receiver; get him to autograph and photograph your prosthetic (possibly at the Paradise Valley, Az. mall).
4. Said wide receiver will then post, via Twitter,…
Look deeper into the Cardinals' 31-17 win on Sunday, as Larry Fitzgerald's brother did, and you'd realize too that Kurt Warner is an "OLD ASS MAN" who doesn't know how to run a team, 24-for-26 notwithstanding.
There are several key storylines that will be beaten into the ground by everyone who covers the Super Bowl over the next week. We will beat them down even further.
If there are any athletes out there who want to get a domestic disturbance incident in before the end of the year—save it. The store is closed.
Bill Parcells must be wondering what kind of store you have to shop at to come home with groceries like Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin. All he knows right now is that his roster of players from Publix just aren't going to get the job done. The Arizona pair racked up 293 receiving yards on 12 catches with Boldin…