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According to an interview with Anquan Boldin on Profootballtalk.com, Mike Florio notes that the 2013 Super Bowl champion wide receiver will hang up the cleats if he is cut by the team.
In the interview conducted by Erik Kuselias of Pro Football Talk, the adamant Boldin declared his loyalty to the team.
“I think you go out and let your play speak for itself. You deal with that if you have to, but, I think for m — I know for me — Baltimore is the only place I want to play. It’s the last place that I will play. For me, I’ll retire a Raven, I’m not putting on any other uniform.”
Rejuvenating his statement again by quoting a team-recognized saying, “Once a Raven, always a Raven,” the ten-year wide receiver who once caught balls in Arizona alongside Pro Bowler and friend Larry Fitzgerald wishes not to relocate.
The Ravens owe him a base salary of $6 million if they decide to not cut the rope on their star, and as far as loyalty goes, we might witness another Ravens player moving on fro...
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reportedly call it a career.
“For me that’s not something that I worry about,” Boldin
told Erik Kuselias of Pro Football Talk. “I think you go out and let
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Due a big salary in 2013 on a cap-strapped team can lead to the releasing of veterans that teams don’t necessarily want to release. One of those veterans for the Ravens is Anquan Boldin.
The wide receiver, 32, caught six passes in the Super Bowl including the game’s first touchdown and a big pickup on a third-and-1 in the fourth quarter.
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Well Boldin reportedly dropped a bombshell today when he was guest on Pro Football Talk life with Erik Kuselias. Kuselias is reporting that Boldin told him...
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