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How can Miami Dolphins CB Bobby McCain cover Larry Fitzgerald?

DAVIE–The Dolphins are getting ready for a big-time problem. Their battered secondary will spend Sunday afternoon contending with future Hall of Famer Larry Fitzgerald.

Fitzgerald creates a scary situation operating out of the slot at 6-foot-3, 218 pounds. 393 more words

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How can Miami Dolphins CB Bobby McCain cover Larry Fitzgerald?

DAVIE–The Dolphins are getting ready for a big-time problem. Their battered secondary will spend Sunday afternoon contending with future Hall of Famer Larry Fitzgerald.

Fitzgerald creates a scary situation operating out of the slot at 6-foot-3, 218 pounds. 393 more words

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Larry Fitzgerald glad milestones came in a win

Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald passed a pair of Hall of Famers on the all-time receptions list, and since his team won Sunday, he was able to appreciate that accomplishment for a second. 263 more words

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The Joe McKnight murder proves once again the incredible race divide in the criminal justice system. An amazing play wins a state title in N.J. And thoughts on the amazing Raiders, the surprising Bucs, and the pitiful Niners

The next time someone tells you the criminal justice system in America works the same for everybody, before you start fuming, tell them a little about the murder of Joe McKnight last week. 785 more words

Nelson, Johnson and Redskins aftermath

It’s possible J.J. Nelson wouldn’t have even been on the field with 2:03 left Sunday, but as fate — and perhaps some virus, or bad food, would have it — Michael Floyd “was throwing up at that time,” Nelson said. 585 more words

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WATCH: DeSean Jackson Congratulates Larry Fitzgerald Midgame

WASHINGTON —  Saving the niceties and congratulations between opponents for postgame is so old fashioned.

That’s why Washington receiver DeSean Jackson used an out route by Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald that landed him near the Redskins bench as an opportunity to “dap it up” with the veteran playmaker: 415 more words

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Work ethic and Friday before Washington

It’s been a week of criticism and accountability, of players meeting and talk of needing just one win. And as Bruce Arians talked for the final time before the last-gasp-for-now Washington game Sunday about such things, he veered to a message that wasn’t really asked about but something he clearly wanted to say. 630 more words

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