Found December 26, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
The sports writer father of Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald has ripped one of his son’s teammates, writing on Twitter that Early Doucet doesn’t work hard enough. “Early Doucet bombed this year he drops to many passes not a dependable No.2.Needs to work harder at his job.He dropped 5 TDs this year,” Larry Fitzgerald Sr. wrote…

Larry Fitzgerald Sr. Rips Early Doucet for Drops, Says He Should Have Worked Harder During the Lockout

For such a quiet and seemingly humble NFL superstar, Larry Fitzgerald sure does have some loudmouthed — or free-fingered — family members. With their various injuries to key players, 2011 has turned into an up-and-down year for the Cardinals. One player you could make a case for as someone who has stepped up is Early Doucet, who has more than doubled his output from last season...

Fitzgerald's father rips teammate on Twitter account

The father of superstar wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald used his Twitter account to aim a few jabs at Arizona Cardinals teammate Early Doucet. Larry Fitzgerald Sr. tweeted that Doucet "bombed this year" in the role of No. 2 wide receiver opposite his son. Doucet was in position to make the potential game-winning catch in Saturday's loss at Cincinnati, but fell to the...

Larry Fitzgerald’s dad rips son’s teammate on Twitter after embarrassing play

The power of the pen cones with certain responsibilities when you're writing about anything in a for-profit public forum — if you're known for forwarding agendas when objectivity is the aim, that's a problem. Prominent Minnesota football writer Larry Fitzgerald, Sr. has had to walk that line since his son became one of the NFL's best players in short order following...

Awkwardness ensues? Fitzgerald's dad rips Cards WR Doucet

Larry Fitzgerald Sr. created an uncomfortable situation in the Cardinals locker room this week when he ripped WR Early Doucet for not working hard enough to excel.

Doucet’s trip sets up Bengals in playoff position

Skeltonmania almost did again. Almost. Down 23-0 to start the fourth quarter, the Cardinals fell short 23-16 against the Bengals after another improbable fourth quarter comeback came just short. The Cardinals were in position to tie the game with under two minutes left. On a fourth down play, receiver Early Doucet streaked open on a…

Second Take: 5 Thoughts on Bengals/Cards

1. My gut reaction after watching Early Doucet trip up (and the Cardinals best chance at a comeback fall incomplete) was that the Bengals got lucky, that good fortune finally smiled on our black and orange brethren. And maybe it did a little. But I also think the Bengals made their own luck by bringing [...]

Fitzgerald, Peterson, Wilson picked for Pro Bowl

Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, rookie return specialist Patrick Peterson and strong safety Adrian Wilson were selected to play for the NFC in the 2012 Pro Bowl. Fitzgerald and Wilson were both voted in as starters for the fourth time in their careers. It is the sixth overall selection for Fitzgerald (fifth consecutive) and fifth overall selection for Wilson (fourth consecutive...

Bengals Survive Cards; Control Their Destiny Again

Thank God fro Early Doucet’s two left feet. The Cardinals wide-out was mystifyingly left uncovered on fourth down with 1:11 left in the game and dashed into the end zone where QB John Skelton had lofted a perfect pass, but Doucet tripped over his own feet at the goal line, and the pass fell incomplete, [...]
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