Posted by Will Brinson
Earlier today, there was a lot of discussion about Larry Fitzgerald's experience in the waning moments of the Cardinals game against the Cowboys on Saturday.
Fitzgerald said he couldn't "remember much" about the game. More precisely, the end of the game, after Fitzy took a nasty shot but remained in the game. There's plenty of room for speculation about the wide receiver remaining in the game, but as Andy pointed out, it would have been hard to notice from the sidelines.
It's puzzling, though, that Fitzgerald won't undergo further medical evaluation; Darren Urban of the Cards' official site reports that the wideout is "fine" and won't be subject to a concussion test this week.
This isn't exactly a situation in which the Cardinals are heavily concerned with winning in Week 17 either, so it stands to reason that if Fitzgerald wasn't actually healthy and "fine," Arizona would make sure to run him through a medical examination.
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