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    Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)



    Per wnst text


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    Boldin says he will retire if released

    Per WNST text, Boldin told PFT that he will retire if released.

    That's probably good news for reaching an extension.
    Last edited by B-more Ravor; 02-08-2013 at 02:12 PM.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    I saw the text; was really surprised. I wonder if this is just emotion talking and/or a negotiating ploy or if he is really serious. He does strike me as a very loyal person but just a hunch.

    We need to keep him but I know it will mean pain in other areas.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    Quote Originally Posted by B-more Ravor View Post

    That's probably good news for reaching an extension.

    I clicked on the thread so as to post this sentece, basically verbatim.

    RWT... ow could this bea negotiating ploy? It reduces his leverage, not enhances it...




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    Quote Originally Posted by B-more Ravor View Post
    Per WNST text, Boldin told PFT that he will retire if released.

    That's probably good new for reaching an extension.

    This bought a tear to my eye. He wanted to be a champ for so long and now that he's done that, he'd rather retire than play for someone else. Class. That's class.

    I hope the FO can come up with SOMETHING to keep him.




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    Wow, I freaking LOVE Anquan.

    And yeah, I hope he doesn't retire for a couple more years...if you can read between the lines there.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    Wow, didn't expect that.

    He's been to Pro-Bowls, Playoffs and now has a ring, at his age he may be content with just riding off into the sunset instead of having to move to another city again.




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    Hopefully this sounds like a reasonable extension will not be hard for the Ravens to pull off with Q.




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    NOt surprising to me.

    Tough, tough, tough dude who's given everything he's had to be a champ. If he retires a Raven I will be happy.

    And the fact he'd rather retire than play somewhere else is pure class. Nothing but respect for the guy.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    This is a great way to ride off into the sunset but me being the selfish fan hopes Q signs an extension for a couple more years. We've seen what kind of production he can give when used properly.




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    Boldin likes to win. He was serious in Arizona when he wanted a new contract and there is no reason to believe he isn't serious now. Harbaugh love him. Joe loves him. They're going to extend Boldin and keep everyone happy.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released

    Hopefully he is down for a 2 year extension
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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