Boldin Turns Focus From NFL To Bridging Racial DivisionsA deadly, racially charged conflict in Charlottesville, Virginia, caused Anquan Boldin to re-assess his priorities and led to the Buffalo Bills receiver's decision to retire after 14 NFL seasons.
Boldin Abruptly Retires 2 Weeks After Signing With BillsReceiver Anquan Boldin is abruptly giving up on football to pursue his humanitarian and charitable work just under two weeks after signing with the Buffalo Bills.
Buffalo Bills Sign Veteran Receiver Anquan BoldinThe Buffalo Bills signed free agent Anquan Boldin on Monday in a move that adds an established veteran presence to a mostly young and untested group of receivers.
Top NFL Free Agents Still On The MarketWith training camps officially underway, we take a look at some of the top players still available on the free agent market.
Top 5 Free Agents Lions Should Re-Sign (Including One That Might Surprise You)Though Lions fans are excited to see which players the team will add this offseason, just as important is which players the team will keep.
Boldin Opens Up About Meetings On Capitol Hill: 'In No Way Is It Us Bashing Cops'For Boldin, the motivation - in someways - was personal.
The Grisly Incident Behind Anquan Boldin's Decision To Seek Out Meetings In Capitol HillAnquan Boldin was one of five NFL players who traveled to Capitol Hill on Tuesday to discuss police brutality and race relations with members of Congress.
Boldin, Quin Among Players Headed To Capitol Hill To Discuss Important Racial IssuesPer ESPN's Jim Trotter, Boldin chose the aforementioned players because they are "all guys who are well-respected in the league and who have the same goal as myself."
WATCH: Matt Stafford Finds Anquan Boldin For Game-Winning TDThe veteran receiver came up big when the Lions needed him the most.
Super Bowl Winners Think Lions Have What It TakesAnquan Boldin has a Super Bowl title to his name. Golden Tate and Tavon Wilson do, too.
"A Big Man In A Smaller Man's Body," Anquan Boldin Stepping Up For Lions“We said it in the meetings," Anquan Boldin recalled, thinking back to the Lions' offensive get-togethers during training camp. "It’s going to take all hands on deck."
Anquan Boldin Took Up Boxing To Stay In Shape For FootballBoldin, entering his first season with the Lions and 14th year in the NFL, said he began boxing as one of his two daily workouts during the offseason several years ago in Arizona.