Posts Tagged ‘Arizona Cardinals’

Taylor Bisciotti covers AJ McCarron’s free agency, Larry Fitzgerald return

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

NFL Network's Taylor Bisciotti takes a quick look at Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron's free agency and reveals that Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald plans to return next season.

Coach: Fitzgerald says he’ll be back for 2018 season

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

No. 11 is coming back for the Arizona Cardinals. New Arizona coach Steve Wilks says wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald - arguably the most popular and certainly the most prolific player to don a Cardinals uniform - has told him he'll return for a 15th NFL season. Wilks says Fitzgerald told him of his decision in a conversation Wednesday night.

Larry Fitzgerald will return for the 2018 season, Cardinals say

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Larry Fitzgerald is delaying his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction for another year. Fitzgerald will return to the Arizona Cardinals for the 2018 season, the team said. Good news: @LarryFitzgerald is returning for the 2018 season.

Larry Fitzgerald won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am by so much that people are questioning his handicap

Monday, February 12th, 2018

Ted Potter Jr. surprised many by beating a Hall-of-Fame threesome by three shots at Pebble Beach on Sunday. Larry Fitzgerald didn't just win the pro-am portion of the AT&T, he ran away with the title like a wide receiver waltzing into the end zone for a touchdown after the defensive back covering him fell down. The Arizona Cardinals star teamed with Kevin Streelman to finish at 41 under par, seven shots clear of second place.

Larry Fitzgerald has golf game too: He and partner win Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Monday, February 12th, 2018

Hopefully Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald’s weekend doesn’t give him any ideas about retiring from the NFL. Fitzgerald has some skill at golf too. Fitzgerald and Streelman won by four strokes.

Cardinals’ Fitzgerald makes history by winning Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Sunday, February 11th, 2018

Turns out Larry Fitzgerald is star on the links as well. The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver, partnered with PGA Tour Pro Kevin Streelman, became the first African-American amateur to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am team title on Sunday with a 12-under-par final round. "It's great, but I'm just hoping moving forward we don't have to talk about color anymore," Fitzgerald told reporters.

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald wins Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Sunday, February 11th, 2018

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and PGA Tour Pro Kevin Streelman won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am team title on Sunday with a 12-under final round, winning by seven strokes. Fitzgerald is the first African-American amateur to win the team title portion of the tournament and, according to Cardinals media relations, just the seventh professional athlete to win and first since Dan Marino in 1988. "It's great, but I'm just hoping moving forward we don't have to talk about color anymore," he told reporters. "It's just us as one as a people. Just to be here is an accomplishment. But that's quite an accomplishment." Fitzgerald and his friend Streelman won wire-to-wire. "Just being completely

Streelman, Hossler share first-round lead at Pebble

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

The one time Rory McIlroy could have been slightly annoyed was the very reason the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was so enjoyable. McIlroy was just starting to take his driver back on the par-5 seventh at Spyglass Hill when he saw the shadow of his father move. With so much sunshine Thursday across the Monterey Peninsula, that was inevitable.

Streelman, Hossler share first-round lead at Pebble

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

The one time Rory McIlroy could have been slightly annoyed was the very reason the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was so enjoyable. McIlroy was just starting to take his driver back on the par-5 seventh at Spyglass Hill when he saw the shadow of his father move. With so much sunshine Thursday across the Monterey Peninsula, that was inevitable.

This Is Us Notches Biggest Post–Super Bowl Audience Since 2012

Monday, February 5th, 2018

The post–Super Bowl edition of This Is Us drew a surprisingly big audience on Sunday night, despite relatively tepid numbers for the big game itself. This Is Us dramatically outperformed the tepid results Fox got last year with the launch of its short-lived 24: Legacy (17.58 million), and also beat the score for The Blacklist (25.72 million), which aired in 2015, the last time the Peacock had possession of the Super Bowl. Despite featuring what sports analysts proclaimed to be one of the most exciting championship games in years, right down to a thrilling fourth-quarter comeback win by the Philadelphia Eagles, Nielsen currently estimates the TV audience at 103.4 million viewers, the smallest audience for a Super Bowl of the decade.