Brad Biuggs wrote a follow up of an original article from the Arizona Republis's columnist, Kent Somers. In the post Fitzgerald denies having any influence of who the Cardinals get to throw the ball his way...My take on this story is that he does have an impact of who they get, he is the premier wide receiver in the league if you haven't noticed. It may be a true fact that Larry hasn't had any communication with his coaches since the lockout began, but there are ways of communicating without really breaking the rules. Let me put it this way, if a team wants to get a message to a player there is a way to get it to him. Say for instance the GM has a friend (not affiliated with the team) of a friend 9that knows Larry) and the GM told the first friend to tell the second friend to tell Fitzgerald to practice with the guy you want to be our new quarterback. Larry Fitzgerald in turn has a media published workout with Kyle Orton. The GM confers with his head coach and they both return the message (received...It's done)...I could see this kind of thing happening all around the league with teams getting the word out to players on certain issues...Can't you?