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Attention Juan Castillo: Whatever you do this week, make sure Larry Fitzgerald's whereabouts are accounted for on every single snap he's on the field. And make sure you relay this to Nnamdi, DRC, Nate Allen and Kurt Coleman as well.
In case you didn't realize, Larry Fitzgerald absolutely loves playing the Eagles. We all know he's one of the NFL's best receivers...if not the best (with a decent QB)...but he has a knack for just torching the Eagles defense in particular.
If you've been watching the Eagles for at least the past 7 years, you may remember some of the games against him...particularly the 2008 season's NFC Championship game. In that game, Fitz had 9 catches for 152 and 3 TDs.
He's had 4 career games against the Eagles in which he has tallied 26 catches for 456 yards and a whopping 8 TDs.
That's an average of 6.5 catches for 114 yards and 2 TDs per game. And probably not coincidentally, the Eagles are 1-3 a...
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Arizona Cardinals star wide-receiver Larry Fitzgerald helped The Phoenix Symphony kick off its 2012/13 season by leading the orchestra in the Star Spangled Banner last night. Props to Larry Fitzgerald and the Arizona Cardinals for supporting the arts in Arizona. Good stuff. To see the Video continue reading.-TO
Larry Fitzgerald Fundraises for Ethiopia
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It defies logic—the fact that the Philadelphia Eagles have been able to overcome nine turnovers in two games to secure wins and and move to 2-0 record to start the 2012 season. Pulling off this rare feat has been dificult—a single point secured the victory in both games, the first time this has happened in successive contests in NFL history. But as we...
Philadelphia Eagles (2-0) at Arizona Cardinals (2-0)
Believe it or not, this is a matchup of 2-0 teams. Philadelphia being 2-0 isn’t that farfetched, but anyone who told you that they had Arizona starting 2-0, with a week 2 clash in New England on the schedule, is either lying or the biggest Arizona homer in the world or didn’t look at the schedule or some mix of all three. No...
After beating the New England Patriots in week two upset, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald decided to send out the below Tweet to his Twitter followers:
To be fair, I was excited about Boardwalk Empire as well....
Arizona Cardinals tight end Todd Heap is listed as day-to-day with a sprained PCL in his left knee. Heap suffered the injury during Arizona's 20-18 upset victory over the New England Patriots last Sunday in Foxboro. Heap is dealing with soreness in the knee and is not sure presently if he will be able to play in Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. If Heap can...
A 'BANNER' PERFORMANCE
Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald helped the Phoenix Symphony kick off its 2012/13 season by conducting the orchestra as they played the Star Spangled Banner Thursday.
Playing a former team always gives players an extra bit of motivation in the week leading up to gameday. Playing a former team that also bailed on you as a player gives you even more of a kick in the rear.
This weekend, the Arizona Cardinals are matched up against the Philadelphia Eagles, Kevin Kolb's former team. Life hasn't exactly been easy for Kolb since being...
The battle of the birds just became even more unpredictable. The 2-0 Cardinals are about to face over against a 2-0 Eagles team now without key members to their offensive line and receiving corps. Not only is Philadelphia trying to figure out how to fix their problem at center with Jason Kelce's needing season-ending knee surgery, but now they will also be without left tackle King Dunlap.
The NFL has had its share of famous mustaches over time. Mike Ditka, Joe Namath and Walter Payton all made the mustache part of their iconic look. Now whiskers are again gaining buzz around the league. Head coaches Andy Reid and Jeff Fisher have both seen their mustaches get attention this season. Fisher, head coach for the St. Louis Rams, has been nominated for the Robert Goulet...
Philadelphia wideout Jeremy Maclin (hip) will miss Sunday's game at Arizona.Fantasy Spin:The Eagles will feature DeSean Jackson and Brent Celek. Damaris Johnson should get the start opposite Jackson, but likely won't see as many targets as slot receiver Jason Avant.