Anquan Boldin on Larry Fitzgerald's future, Cardinals turnaround, Ravens playoff runs, Florida State days


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In honor of 'Cardinals Week' for the Vikings and Pat P, we had to bring on an Arizona legend and Anquan Boldin certainly fits the bill! Quan joins us to discuss his upbringing in Pahokee, Florida, to arriving at Florida State as a quarterback and leaving Tallahassee as a wide receiver. He played well in college, but dominated once he got to the pros, winning Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2003. Boldin remembers just how bad the Cardinals roster was when he got to Arizona and his feelings when the organization drafted Larry Fitzgerald #3 overall the very next season. What does he think Fitz's chances are to return to the NFL and AZ? AB eventually won a title with the Ravens, but the 2008 Super Bowl loss to the Steelers still haunts him. We transition to his time in Baltimore which included some heartbreaking losses but also some amazing wins. Anquan is eligible for the Hall of Fame next year and shares his thoughts on potential induction before the Superlatives part of our show!

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