As the season approaches, Fitzgerald works out twice a day on the field, hits the gym in the morning, and cross trains every afternoon. "I like to mix it up," he says. "It keeps it interesting." It also helps make sure he's all muscle. He dropped from 225 pounds this off-season to 215 pounds.
Credit: Rebecca Zenefski
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