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Hey there, what’s happening Detroit? It’s Tareau Barron, San Francisco’s own. But y’all can call me “Detroit’s step son!” I’ve visited Detroit back in November and it was awesome. So I feel like I’m qualified to speaking on some things. What you don’t believe me? See for yourself!
Bam! Proof! I’ve got the receipts. Anyways, enough about me. Let’s talk about Mr. Anquan Boldin. Man it hurt when he left my 49ers but he needed to leave due to our team sucking. I’m happy he was able to be serviceable with another team. Anquan Boldin is actually open to resigning back with the Lions for this up coming season. How happy are you to hear that? Boldin had 67 receptions for 584 receiving yards, with 8 touchdowns. Not bad for the 3rd fiddle, right? Behind Golden Tate’s 1,077 receiving yards (4 td’s) and Marvin Jones’ 930 receiving yards (4 td’s), I’d say Boldin was more than average at the old age of 36.
Anquan Boldin is mulling retiring and he says “I’ve got to see what’s best for my family. I have a wife and 2 sons, so this decision not only effects me, it effects them!” Which means he is going to take his time and see what’s best for his family. He says if he does decide to play again, it will be for your Detroit Lions, so there’s some great optimism. If Boldin does retire, I’m happy he’said played his last game as a Detroit Lion. Here’s to a great career if this is it brotha Anquan. 202 games played, 1076 receptions, 13779 receiving yards, 82 receiving touchdowns, 42 rushes, 229 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown, 20 punt returns, 130 punt returning yards, 30 tackles, 3x Pro Bowler, 1x All Pro, 2003 Offensive Rookie of the year, and 2015 Walter Payton Man Of The Year. Wow just amazing!
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