Cardinals WRs Michael Floyd (#15) and Larry Fitzgerald (#11) won’t be separated for long, if at all.
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Iconic Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald scared the entire crowd on Sunday when he was sidelined with what looked like a leg injury – one week after QB Carson Palmer suffered a season ending ACL tear – but MRI results are projecting that the injury is not serious.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday that Fitzgerald suffered a minor MCL sprain, according to a source who has spoken to the pass-catcher. The MRI results showed a Grade 2 MCL sprain, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. The Cardinals all-time leading receiver expects to play next week at the Seattle Seahawks, it is no sure thing, per Rapoport.
“Larry came back after he got dinged up and made that huge third-down catch to ice the game,” Cardinals general manager Steve Keim told KTAR-FM on Monday, via ESPN.com. “We’ll find a little bit more out this morning.”