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Larry Fitzgerald, Carson Palmer return to practice

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Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald suffered a concussion near the end of regulation in last Sunday’s game against the Titans while trying to field an onside kickoff, but the feeling around the Cardinals is that he’ll be able to play against the Seahawks this weekend.

That feeling grew stronger Thursday with Fitzgerald’s return to practice. According to Darren Urban of the team’s website, Fitzgerald jumped right back in where he left off as the first drill of the day involved fielding onside kicks as part of the scout team.

Fitzgerald was joined in his return to practice by quarterback Carson Palmer, who also missed Wednesday’s practice. Palmer sprained his ankle early in the game against Tennessee, but played the entire way and coach Bruce Arians termed it a “low grade” sprain earlier this week. He’ll likely be listed as limited in practice, but is on track to play.

Tight end Rob Housler, who has a groin injury, was also limited and safety Rashad Johnson missed a second straight day of practice with a sprained ankle.

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5 Responses to “Larry Fitzgerald, Carson Palmer return to practice”
  1. Go-Hawks! says: Dec 19, 2013 3:13 PM

    Putting in players who are not 100% when the upcoming game is in Seattle is ill-advised (at best).

    Hoping for a tough, competitive game between these two NFC West teams. Go Hawks!

  2. bert1913 says: Dec 19, 2013 6:14 PM

    larry is a classy dude. when he had a chance to blow up sherman and didn’t do it. i became a really big fan

  3. beastmode5150 says: Dec 19, 2013 7:10 PM

    Preparing to lose.

  4. ztadams1006 says: Dec 19, 2013 7:42 PM

    Go-Hawks…. If you were fighting for a spot in the playoffs you would sure as hell put the best receiver in football on the field!!! What the heck are you talking about?? CPalm played the WHOLE game last week… So the cards should sit out their QB and their best player when they have to win to get in the playoffs??? This my friend is why you are not a NFL expert or coach. Who at this point of the season is 100% healthy anyways??

  5. whereyaat says: Dec 19, 2013 8:19 PM

    I don’t think anyone will be disappointed when the Cardinals squeak out a win on Sunday.

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