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Ahead of the Patriots' showdown with the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday, Bill Belichick made sure to give Larry Fitzgerald the respect he deserves -- and then some. Belichick bestowed some of his highest praise on Fitzgerald during a news conference last Tuesday, even going as far as to say Fitzgerald "might end up being the best [wide receiver] ever." Only hours after Belichick's Patriots defense shut down Fitzgerald to the tune of one catch for four yards, the Cardinals wideout offered up some big praise for the coach as well, according to AZCardinals.com. "Coach [Bill] Belichick is not the best...
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