TEMPE, Ariz. – Arizona's Larry Fitzgerald said it's "highly likely" he will be able to play Sunday against Atlanta, then backtracked and said it's not his call.
The eight-time Pro Bowl wide receiver has not practiced for two weeks after spraining his left knee in a victory over Detroit. He sat out last week's loss at Dallas, snapping a streak of 110 consecutive games played.
It was just the fifth game he has missed in his 10-plus NFL seasons. Fitzgerald, who holds virtually every Cardinals receiving record, has missed consecutive games only once, when a hamstring injury sidelined him for three games in a row in 2006.
The Cardinals lost at Seattle 19-3, snapping a six-game winning streak. Arizona has not scored a touchdown in seven quarters.
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