For a minute or two, it looked as if the first day of June would bring gloom to the Cardinals. WR Larry Fitzgerald landed awkwardly while making a sideline catch over cornerback Bryant McFadden in voluntary practice Monday. Fitzgerald did the splits as he landed, his legs twisting as they went opposite directions. Fitzgerald, one of the NFL's best receivers, walked gingerly away, head athletic trainer Tom Reed at his side, and then returned to action later in practice. You could have powered a generator with the sighs of relief. "The only thing I said to Michael Bidwill (team president) is I was sorry I didn't beat Tom Reed over there to evaluate him," GM Rod Graves said. Fitzgerald declined comment after practice, saying only that he was fine and was going to receive treatment.
Fitzgerald OK after awkward catch
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