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opaloco chicho
01-27-2009, 06:58 PM
I PERSONALLY DONT THINK THERE'S ANY OTHER PLAYERS OUT THERE WILLING TO DO SUCHA THING IN A SHORT CAREER BRUTAL BUSINESS LIKE FOOTBALL.! CLASS ACT! T.O. SHOULD TAKE SOME NOTES...LOL

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/rumors/post/Fitzgerald-will-restructure-so-Boldin-can-stay-w;_ylt=AnHcEx2eALnOBA.lvU8YR585nYcB?urn=nfl,137078

Fitzgerald will restructure so Boldin can stay with CardsQuestions surround Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Anquan Boldin and his future in Arizona. But one of the keys to it could turn out to be Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Just as Fitzgerald accepted a four-year, $40 million deal from Arizona last year when he could have made considerably more on the open market so he could leave the Cardinals cap space, Fitzgerald would like to help the Cardinals again.

Fitzgerald is willing to restructure his contract so that the Cardinals can redo Boldin's and keep him in Arizona long-term. Boldin wants his deal redone and said during the season that he never would re-sign with Arizona again, but many around the league believe that as long as the Cardinals make a sufficient offer, then Boldin will agree to stay.

Plus, it will be especially hard to turn down when Fitzgerald is willing to make the selfless offer that he is to make it possible for Boldin to stay. The two compose the game's top receiving duo and their salaries also could be tied to one another.

Everyone has seen that Fitzgerald is one of the games top players this post-season. Now they're about to see how selfless he can be this off-season.

davg31
01-27-2009, 08:15 PM
You guys seriously dont know how lucky you are to have a player with not only the ability but the professionalism and love for his team that this guy does. The only guy the Raiders have that might be close to that is Asamogha

chadillachembre
01-27-2009, 11:33 PM
lets say the cards do win the super bowl and fitz does this with his contract. he could become the most loved player in the nfl. you cant hate the guy. hat a man and what a player. way to go fitz. i would feel foolish if i were boldin.

KiNgSuNs1
01-28-2009, 06:14 AM
this is good news :)

rawz
01-28-2009, 07:56 AM
He is not giving up anymoney. He will just move it around a little and get it at diffrent times. He's not saying he will take a paycut or anything.

TheRedMarauder
01-28-2009, 06:26 PM
Asked about possibly restructuring his contract Wednesday, Larry Fitzgerald said, "I don't know where that came from."

Fitzgerald spoke to Rotoworld's Gregg Rosenthal among a media throng Wednesday morning and seemed perplexed by the story, but didn't exactly shoot it down. "Someone asked me if I'd be willing to do something to help the team and I said absolutely. ... This is an amazing feeling and I'll do anything I have to do to get back to this point." It sounds like Fitzgerald is open to the possibility, but he was just answering a question vaguely. Ultimately, his agent will have the biggest say in the matter and probably hopes Fitz will decline to discuss the matter more publicly.

rotoworld