Cardinals WR Boldin Says He Wants to Stick with Arizona


Cardinals wide out Anquan Boldin wants to make one thing clear.  He does not want to be traded from the Cardinals.  Taking part in the Cardinals mini-camp, Boldin went on record and made sure to tell reporters that he wants to stick with the Cards, and hopefully be part of a franchise that is ready to take a step to the next level.  “I went to sleep one night, woke up the next morning and was disgruntled, I wanted out of Arizona and all this stuff,” Boldin said.  “And I hadn’t even talked to anybody.  It was funny to see the reports going around, especially around the draft time.

“We were under the impression the whole time that [we were] just keeping things under wraps, like we usually do,” Boldin said.  “I don’t feel like going to the media every time something happens because I think the business between me and the ballclub is between us and that’s how it should stay.”  The first report said that it was Boldin that wanted a deal out of Arizona, but now it seems that things have been smoothed over between he and the team.

Boldin’s current deal is signed through 2010 at salaries of $2.5 million, $2.75 million, and $3 million over the next three seasons.

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