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Report: Kolb, Fitzgerald have private workout

Posted on: July 22, 2011 11:10 am
Edited on: July 22, 2011 11:18 am
 
Posted by Will Brinson

There are two things we know to be true about this NFL offseason. One, lockouts are terrible. And two, going 24 hours without a rumor about Kevin Kolb is impossible.

This latest rumor from our friend Craig Morgan at Fox Sports Arizona though, is pretty darn spicy, because it gives a LOT of credence to the whole "Arizona will trade for Kolb as soon as the lockout ends" theory.

See, Morgan reports that Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and Kolb "organized a private throwing session" at Arizona State earlier in July.

This is not different from many of Fitzgerald's offseason workouts in that it involves another star player in the NFL. But it is different from most of Fitz's offseason workouts because it was -- until now anyway -- kept secret.

Oh, and because it involves the guy that nearly everyone in the NFL believes will be his next quarterback. And because it comes hot on the heels of some very specific rumors about the Kolb trade and Cards coach Ken Wisenhunt saying no one is untouchable.

Unfortunately, it doesn't look like we're getting a vote on the labor deal from the players any time on Friday, which means we're at least a few more days away from being able to concretely speculate on what the trade for Kolb will involve.

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