Larry Fitzgerald was a Vikings’ ball boy when he was in high school. Keith Leventhal, a sports reporter for KARE 11 in Minnesota was going through some old game footage from 2000 when he noticed a young Fitzgerald on the sidelines. Fitzgerald was born and raised in Minnesota before attending the University of Pittsburgh. He was drafted in 2004 by the Arizona Cardinals. The head coach of the Cardinals was Dennis Green, the same man in charge of the Vikings when Fitzgerald hawking balls on the sidelines as a teen.
He meant “hoar,” but that was still wrong.
Sounds about right.
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