Raising the steaks: Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald sees giving back as his personal responsibility

 SCOTTSDALE – Eleven-time Pro Bowler Larry Fitzgerald, decked in a white chef’s jacket, proudly held a piece of beef he prepared at Dominick’s Steakhouse. Asked what was harder – hitting the links, hitting the gridiron or cooking a steak – the Arizona Cardinals wide receiver replied, “Definitely cooking a steak. … I burnt my fingers a couple of times.” Fitzgerald, entering his 15th season with the team, was at Dominick’s on a Wednesday night promoting his 10th annual Fitz’s Supper Club fundraiser, which will be held in late August at the steak house. Fitzgerald’s involvement in the community and around the country started with his First Down Fund, established in 2005. The charity’s two priorities, according to Fitzgerald’s website, is to “promote reading proficiency and technology” for children and “support events to prevent and cure breast cancer.”

Margaret Naczek Friday, Aug. 3, 2018

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