As it was, Johnson scored 13 touchdowns via rushing, receiving and kickoff return. I don't think David knows how good he is," Fitzgerald said. He's got a lot of room to improve, as we all do, but where he's at right now is phenomenal." --Rookie defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche finally began practicing with the team after suffering a high ankle sprain two days before the start of camp.
He is easing his way back onto the field and although he hopes to play Sunday in Houston, it isn't a guarantee that he will. "It sucks being out and watching your teammates grind through training camp," he said. I've been itching for a couple weeks now and they've been telling me to chill.
“You've got to make sure your body's getting the nutrients that it needs,” says Fitzgerald.
“He wants to be great,” the elder Fitzgerald told a reporter for The Post.
With 51 receiving yards, he will pass Henry Ellard (13,777) for 13th on the NFL’s all-time receiving yardage list.
His 103 touchdown receptions rank eighth on the all-time list, yet he hasn’t scored one against the Jets.
“It’s good to see him do well, being a former Pitt player,” Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, who also attended Pitt, said.
“Following his career and matching up against him a few times, he’s definitely a Hall of Famer in my book.Fitzgerald credits his training routine and nutrition as the main reasons why he’s been able to stay so healthy through the course of his career—overall he’s missed just six games in 12 years in the NFL. “If you want to be successful, you’ve got to put the time in with your training.” The wideout uses a wide range of workouts and exercises in his training, including box jumps, agility drills, hang cleans, squats, explosive movement drills, and a ton of running.