September 12, 2008

ANQUAN WANTS TO BE A FIN

Well cowgirls and fellow birds fans the guy says he wants neither of us....... According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, the agent for Cardinals receiver Anquan Boldin has said twice in the last eight days that Boldin would like to play for the Miami Dolphins. The comments from agent Drew Rosenhaus came during guest spots on The Joe Rose Show, where we make a weekly pit-stop every Friday morning at 8:00 a.m. EDT. On September 4, Rosenhaus acknowledged that he and Boldin have been pushing for a trade, and that Boldin would "look nice in a Dolphin uniform, huh?" On September 11, Rosenhaus said that "there's a guy that [the Dolphins are] playing against that wouldn't mind being in a Dolphins uniform in Anquan Boldin. . . . It's a shame that he'll be wearing a Cardinals uniform against the Dolphins, than the other way around." The Cardinals hold Boldin's rights for three more seasons, through 2010. Boldin has said that he intends to fulfill his contract and then sign with a new team. The Cardinals have refused to trade him.

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