“I think that it just speaks to how you play the game, and real fans appreciate what you do on the field,” Boldin said Monday. “That is always flattering. But as far as thinking about next year or the future, it doesn’t help me right now. My only goal is to win the Super Bowl.”
Boldin still has two years and $5.75 million left on his contract but would want a new deal with any team that trades for him.
Even before his controversial pouting act at the end of the NFC championship game, Boldin said he wouldn’t play for the Cardinals beyond this season.
Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley might be the new Chiefs head coach next season, so that could play into Boldin’s wants.
“If you worry about too much of the future, you miss the moment right now,” Boldin said. “That is something that I don’t want to do.”
It’s going to take a lot of draft picks to reel Anquan Boldin out of Arizona