He insists it’s not a problem, but when one offensive player means as much to his team as wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald does to the Cardinals, it’s an obvious concern.
According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, Fitzgerald has been limited in practice the last two days with a hamstring, and did no full-speed work during the portion of practice open to the media.
“I’m fine,” Fitzgerald said, adding that it wouldn’t keep him out of this week’s game with the Lions.
Asked if he’d tell reporters if he wasn’t fine, Fitzgerald smiled and replied: “No, I wouldn’t.”
“You never like to be on there but everything is good,” he said.
The veteran wideout hasn’t missed a game since 2007, and has missed just four in his career. The Cardinals also are carrying just four wideouts at the moment, so any time off would stretch them in terms of quantity and quality.