Arizona Pro Bowl wide receiver Larry ...

Arizona Pro Bowl wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr. learned a l...

There are 81 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jan 14, 2009, titled Arizona Pro Bowl wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr. learned a l.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

As he leads the turnaround of a longtime NFL doormat, Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr.

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TopGunn

Rochester, MN

#1 Jan 14, 2009
Larry, come on home and wear the Purple sometime soon!
The JEW

Herrin, IL

#2 Jan 14, 2009
Nice, positive article. And I agree, he would look great in Purple.
THE LUTHERAN

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Jan 14, 2009
The JEW wrote:
Nice, positive article. And I agree, he would look great in Purple.
Yeah, and that'll happen, like the stock market shoots up overnight, the Palestinans and Isralies forge a peace treaty, the pope becomes a Mormon, and the Cardinals win the Super Bowl...wait! If that happens he'll be a Cardinal for life..dream on.
THE LUTHERAN

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Jan 14, 2009
TopGunn wrote:
Larry, come on home and wear the Purple sometime soon!
NO LARRY , stay in AZ and win a SUperbowl
skolvikes

Carmel, IN

#5 Jan 14, 2009
Denny was a good guy, even if the Minnesota press didnt give him a chance to be.
antman

Orlando, FL

#7 Jan 15, 2009
no way kid larry's styin with the cardinals

“Wher's dem turkey necks?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Desert, CA

#8 Jan 15, 2009
In an era where it seems that half the sports pages involve athletes with criminal activity of one sort or another it is so refreshing to read a story about an professional athlete such as Fitzgerald.
Watching him on TV this past weekend reminded me of Chris Carter and the way he would control his body as he was catching the ball. Yeah it would be nice to see home grown Fitzgerald in purple, but it probably will not happen. His Dad probably wouldn't mind it either.
jim in arizona

Show Low, AZ

#9 Jan 15, 2009
larry fitzgerald IS the man! i met him at rosatis pizza in Ahwatukee a couple of years ago. look for larry to SHINE on Sunday! GO CARDINALS!!!!

GOD BLESS!!!

p.s. PLAY HARD & PLAY SMART & 'NEVER" give up!!!!!!
Mad Dog Gus

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Jan 15, 2009
Larry, keep your head on a swivel....Dawkins will be coming for you!

There is no way the Cards will be competitive with the Eagles....game will be decided by halftime and the Cards will be watching the clock as they will not want to take the punishment.
for the record

Minneapolis, MN

#11 Jan 15, 2009
Da Crusher_RIP wrote:
In an era where it seems that half the sports pages involve athletes with criminal activity of one sort or another it is so refreshing to read a story about an professional athlete such as Fitzgerald.
Watching him on TV this past weekend reminded me of Chris Carter and the way he would control his body as he was catching the ball. Yeah it would be nice to see home grown Fitzgerald in purple, but it probably will not happen. His Dad probably wouldn't mind it either.
FYI - Larry allegedly assaulted the mother of his child so he may not be quite the poster child for model athletes (you can find the complaint filed by googling it). Again, it's only her allegation, but there were apparently some eyewitnesses to some of the events and it doesn't look that great.
TGP

Ottawa, Canada

#12 Jan 15, 2009
Mad Dog Gus wrote:
Larry, keep your head on a swivel....Dawkins will be coming for you!
There is no way the Cards will be competitive with the Eagles....game will be decided by halftime and the Cards will be watching the clock as they will not want to take the punishment.
I'd be willing to bet that McNabb is do for one of his famous imploitions.I like the Cards chances.
TGP

Ottawa, Canada

#13 Jan 15, 2009
We should have made a play for him last year. I'd of traded every other pic we had in last years draft just to land the guy. Call me crazy or call me Ditka buts that what I'd have done.
WomanCanBeBs

Minneapolis, MN

#14 Jan 15, 2009
for the record wrote:
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FYI - Larry allegedly assaulted the mother of his child so he may not be quite the poster child for model athletes (you can find the complaint filed by googling it). Again, it's only her allegation, but there were apparently some eyewitnesses to some of the events and it doesn't look that great.
As a woman who has been around professional athletes and their "woman" I have to say that there is probably more to that story than is being reported by CJ and the Phoenix PD.

Many of these "ladies" need to be slapped and so do the athletes who continue to be involved with them.

Larry Fitz Jr. is an amazing football player. Let's just leave it at that for these pages.
PC_Mike

Saint Louis, MO

#15 Jan 15, 2009
Larry Jr, what a class act.
joe 6pack

Minneapolis, MN

#16 Jan 15, 2009
TGP wrote:
call me Ditka buts
okay
Desert Fox

Phoenix, AZ

#17 Jan 15, 2009
One good thing Denny Green did while coaching the Cardinals -- he drafted Larry Fitzgerald!
kdogg

United States

#18 Jan 15, 2009
They ARE WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE AND WE LET EM OFF THE HOOK!
blucollarballer

Minneapolis, MN

#19 Jan 15, 2009
Larry Jr. is just coming into his prime and is going to be a treat to watch for seasons to come. Fitzgerald is a playmaker something the Vikes would like to have but Birk and co. would just run him out of town too. Bring back Randy Moss!
Johnny Utah

Hackensack, NJ

#20 Jan 15, 2009
Mad Dog Gus wrote:
Larry, keep your head on a swivel....Dawkins will be coming for you!
There is no way the Cards will be competitive with the Eagles....game will be decided by halftime and the Cards will be watching the clock as they will not want to take the punishment.
Why? Because they beat the hapless Vikings and the Giants (without Plexico)?

I didn't think they could beat the Panthers on the road, esp after getting in a hole early. I think they might have an easier time in this game. Number 1) they are home and number 2) Warner is way better than Eli Manning and he has more weapons to play with. Asante "look at me" Samuel better be ready for the two best WRs in the game. That isn't sidney no speed rice out there.
Brad

Winsted, MN

#21 Jan 15, 2009
The Cardinals are in the position they are right now thanks to Denny Green. You look at the key players making contributions and they were all brought in by Green.

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