PHOENIX - As if Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald isn't busy enough, today he took the time to conduct the Phoenix Symphony in their opening night.
He led 66 musicians in the "Star Spangled Banner."
Some concert-goers were seen sporting their Cardinals gear rather than a suit and tie. One person even wore Fitzgerald's number 11 jersey.
The performance went off without a hitch, and he left the stage to a standing ovation.
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