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first_img Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “For me, it was something more than football,” Boldin said Monday. “I think everyone that knows me knows that my passion has always been football. But I think at this point, there’s something that overrides me wanting to accomplish different things on the field. And that right now is the work that I do helping other people.“There’s no better time than right now. Everybody in this country knows what we’re going through as a country.”In the interview Monday, Boldin said he didn’t see himself running for any office or political position. But he did say he wants to battle injustices with the platform he’s been provided through football.“My family is still going through an ordeal where my cousin was killed on the side of the road. … So, for me, this isn’t something that’s new,” he said.“I’ll continue to do the things I’ve been doing, giving my voice to those that don’t have a voice,” Boldin said. “Going to Capital Hill, testifying before Congress, doing work locally on the state level, on the federal level. I’ll continue to advocate for the rights of those who feel like they don’t have equal rights. I’ll continue to fight for the injustices that are going on in this country.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling LISTEN: Anquan Boldin, Former Cardinal WR last_img read more