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Drew Rosenhaus: Anquan Boldin Not Looking for $10 Million from Cardinals

GLENDALE, AZ - NOVEMBER 10:  Anquan Boldin #81 of the Arizona Cardinals gets a way from Walt Harris #27 and Mark Roman #26 of the San Francisco 49ers after a catch to  score a touchdown during the second quarter at University of Phoenix Stadium on November, 10 2008 in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
Bleacher ReportCorrespondent IMay 14, 2009

According to NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus, Cardinals wide receiver Anquan Boldin is not looking for $10 million a year from the team, despite reports that he is.

Rosenhaus, Boldin's agent, had the following to say in a post on Twitter.com: "Reports that Anquan Boldin is seeking a contract worth $10 million per yr are inaccurate. We recently made a proposal to the Cards for less."

Boldin has showed his displeasure with the team since the '08 offseason when he wanted a new deal but never got one after wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr. got a four-year deal from the organization.

This offseason, it has been hard to tell what Boldin feels on his relationship with the Cardinals.

It sounded as though he was unhappy after the season but in April, Fitzgerald told the media that Boldin wanted to be in Arizona.

With all the trade rumors floating around about the disgruntled wide receiver possibly being trading to Philadelphia, look for Boldin to get his new deal or be dealt somewhere else soon.

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