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Larry Fitzgerald took a back seat to Michael Floyd as the Cardinals’ number one receiver during Monday night’s game. It’s clear that Floyd has taken the reins as Arizona’s top receiver away from Fitzgerald.
Like any father who just wants to see his child succeed, Larry Fitzgerald Sr. is upset. Upset that his son’s amazing god-given talent is going to such awful waste on an NFL team whose quarterback play is just about on par with a mediocre Pop Warner team. He used that thing, you know, Twitter, to tell us all how he really feels.
Athletes are still happy about the triumphant return of the real referees. Share in their joy, won’t you? Here are our morning words of wisdom. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Sometimes, people in sports say interesting/dumbfounding/ridiculous things. In the interest of fully cataloging these pearls of wisdom, we’ll be rounding them up every morning in a feature called “They Said What?” Here are your best sports quotes for Monday, September 17. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. See anything that should be on SportsGrid? Send it to email@example.com. Now, our morning words of wisdom.
There are few people capable of communicating as much pure joy as a Spanish-speaking soccer broadcaster. Their rapid-fire delivery and prolonged exclamations of “Gooooallll!” are their signature, and even non-soccer fans have grown to appreciate their delirious nature.
So what happens when you take that delivery, and use it for other sports? Awesomeness, that’s what.
The viral video of Greg Jennings putting his team on his back now has a real-life twist, as Jennings, himself, has reenacted the epic YouTube call, with his family playing the role of his supporting cast.
Tuesday, NFL players made candid and compelling statements in a GQ article about the NFL’s stance on concussions.
It’s week 1 of the 2010-11 NFL season, which means that, for millions of wide-eyed fantasy football players, it’s back to checking weekly injury reports. But what to do for those of us who woke up hungover, hours before kickoff, without staying abreast of said injury reports (Oh no!)?