Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald won't practice Wednesday, but head coach Bruce Arians said today he expects the nine-year wideout to be ready for Sunday's game in Seattle. Fitzgerald, who suffered a concussion during the late stages of Arizona's Week 15 win, said during a Monday radio interview that he feels good and passed a has baseline test conducted by an independent neurologist.
That's great for the Cardinals, but even if Fitzgerald plays, he is only a high-end WR3 on the road against the Seahawks. They haven't allowed an opponent's No. 1 WR to score since the Panthers' Steve Smith got into the end zone way back in Week 1. Frankly, I'm not expecting much of anything good to come from the Cardinals' entire offense in this one.