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Draft Scout *Larry Fitzgerald News
10/13/14 - WR Larry Fitzgerald caught his first touchdown pass of the year. It was the 88th of his career. That ties him with Don Maynard for 12th in NFL history. His six receptions give him 865, moving him from 22nd to 20th in league history.
10/12/14 - WR Larry Fitzgerald had his best game of the season, which has been a difficult one for the team's career leader in every receiving statistic. "Mentally, I've always prepared myself for a big day," he said. "If it happens, it happens. If it doesn't, it doesn't. I take my same approach every single week, every single day in my preparation. That doesn't change." He made six catches for 98 yards and a touchdown.
Fitzgerald (865) moved ahead of Muhsin Muhammad (860) and Jimmy Smith (862) and into 20th place on the NFL's all-time list. ... Arizona drew its 88th consecutive sellout crowd.
09/14/14 - WR Larry Fitzgerald stretched his streak of consecutive games with at least a reception to 151. Fitzgerald's streak is the longest among active receivers in the NFL. He finished with six catches for 51 yards.
09/11/14 - WR Larry Fitzgerald appears to be over a knee injury suffered in the third preseason game. The Cardinals weren't sure he was going to play last week, one reason Fitzgerald was not a big part of the game plan.
09/10/14 - WR Larry Fitzgerald didn't have a pass thrown his way for three quarters and finished with only one catch. It's the fewest receptions he's had in a game since 2012. It extended his consecutive games with a catch streak to 150. Fitzgerald wasn't available after the game, so we don't know his thoughts about his lack of use. But coach Bruce Arians was emphatic about this point.
"We don't design plays for guys to get the ball. That's interceptions waiting to happen. Whatever the coverage dictates, you get it. The coverage dictated he wasn't getting many. He was open a couple of times and we threw it somewhere else. I'm not interested in anybody's numbers other than the W's. Those days are long gone."