Larry Fitzgerald, other Cardinals make Super Bowl rounds
It’s been a busy week for the NFL.
Leading into Super Bowl LII, players descended into frigid Minneapolis to celebrate the game of football before Sunday’s matchup between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles. Several Arizona Cardinals were among them.
Larry Fitzgerald, Patrick Peterson and David Johnson were all put to work by their sponsors.
On Sunday, Fitzgerald joined former Cardinals teammate Kurt Warner, who asked the receiver why he didn’t tackle the Steelers’ James Harrison on an interception return in Super Bowl XLIII.
— NFL GameDay (@NFLGameDay) February 4, 2018
Peterson worked for the Audience Network during a red carpet event where he interviewed players like Case Keenum wearing a snazzy suit.
— AUDIENCE Sports (@AudienceSports) February 4, 2018
The Cardinals’ Pro Bowl cornerback also joined The Dan Le Batard show with Stugotz to chat about his car collection and the list hanging on his bathroom mirror, among other topics.
Johnson got over those Minnesota temperatures.
I can’t even breathe out here in Minneapolis bruh! 🌬❄️ pic.twitter.com/Ad96uuFbgd
— David Johnson (@DavidJohnson31) February 1, 2018
He played a game of Q&A Jenga, met young fans at a skills clinic and had some time to relax at a Rolling Stone party.
David Johnson saw a ghost once…no seriously. 👀 pic.twitter.com/8yjLMdxYfE
— SB Nation (@SBNation) February 4, 2018
@DavidJohnson31 I thank you for interacting with my son Jordan Kenerson at Panini Skills Clinic on Friday night…that was dope…He wanted you to check him out and let him know your thoughts…So here he is…what do u think? https://t.co/FsWpkEv1v9 pic.twitter.com/jxZnWZyybU
— Bert Kenerson (@Bert_Kenerson) February 4, 2018
— David Johnson (@DavidJohnson31) February 3, 2018
Even center A.Q Shipley took in a busy schedule of events. He joined Pat McAfee’s Sirius XM show and discussed, well, something that only centers in the National Football League can discuss (Warning: Link contains explicit content).