(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Arizona's Larry Fitzgerald is one of the NFL's all-time great receivers, ranking near the top of nearly every category.

Turns out he can pass, too.

Fitzgerald completed the first pass of his 14-year career Sunday against the New York Giants, taking an end-around and firing a strike to Jaron Brown on the run for a 21-yard gain.

Fitzgerald attempted two passes in his career previously, missing against the Seattle Seahawks last season and against the Indianapolis Colts in 2013.

The 34-year-old is still one of the NFL's best receivers, entering Sunday's game tied for fourth with 92 receptions. He caught a pass in the first quarter against the Giants to extend his streak of games with a catch to 210 straight and later eclipsed 1,000 yards receiving for the ninth time in his career.

Fitzgerald also caught a 13-yard TD pass from Drew Stanton to put the Cardinals up 10-0 late in the first half, setting off a chant of "Larry!" at University of Phoenix Stadium.

Fitzgerald was selected to his 11th Pro Bowl this season and is top 3 all-time in receptions and receiving yards.