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Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

Posted on: January 18, 2009 9:04 pm
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He tried to ruin the Super Bowl celebration with his childishness.

In the game, Boldin got into a heated argument with offensive coordinator Todd Haley. After the game, instead of celebrating with his team, Boldin abruptly left the field, then abruptly left the locker room.

It was awful behavior.

Quarterback Kurt Warner also got into an argument with Haley during the game but you didn't see Warner acting like a petulant child afterwards. He celebrated with his teammates and enjoyed the moment.

I have to say in nearly 20 years of doing this, I've never seen a player more concerned about his arguing with a coach over making a Super Bowl.

What Boldin did almost never happens.

Congratulations on making history, Anquan.

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Category: NFL
Tags: Cardinals
 
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Posted on: March 26, 2009 1:10 pm
 

Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

 

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Since: Mar 21, 2008
Posted on: February 5, 2009 5:06 pm
 

Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

Mike Freeman from CBS Sportsline BUSTED lying about resume

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Puffed-Up Risumi Costs Sportswriter a New Job

By Howard Kurtz
Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, January 10, 2004; Page C04

A longtime New York Times sportswriter who left to join the Indianapolis Star has resigned from his new job after admitting that he falsified his résumé.

Mike Freeman, who covered professional football and basketball and did investigative reporting at the Times, apologized for telling the Star that he was a graduate of the University of Delaware. He said he attended the school for four years but did not graduate.

"These were lies," Freeman, 37, said in a statement posted on the Web site SportsPages.com. He added: "This was a terrible and unforgivable manipulation of the facts. . . . It was the only time I have told such falsehoods and no other deceptions have ever appeared in any of my newspaper stories or two books at any time in my 16 years of practicing journalism. Nevertheless, the information I gave the Star was wrong and I will be punished with the loss of my newspaper career."

Star Editor Dennis Ryerson said in an interview yesterday that he had accepted the resignation, although this was "a bit awkward" because Freeman had not yet started his job as a columnist.

"The message is, he will not be working at the Star," he said. "I'm very sorry about the way it turned out." Ryerson added that a college degree is not required to work at the Star, and in fact, he does not have one.

Ryerson disclosed the news to readers through the paper's Web site yesterday afternoon.

Freeman worked for The Washington Post in 1988 and again from 1990 to 1992, covering pro football. He has also written for the Dallas Morning News and Boston Globe. Freeman is the author of "Bloody Sundays: Inside the Dazzling, Rough-and-Tumble World of the NFL," published last year, and the 2000 book "ESPN: The Uncensored History."

In July, he reported for the Times on allegations of academic misconduct involving Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett.

In his statement, Freeman said "there are no excuses or alibis" for misrepresenting his résumé. "This is my fault and my fault alone. Most of all, I have hurt and disappointed close friends and family, particularly my wife, and for this I am truly sorry. I also want to apologize to the Star."




Since: Jan 19, 2009
Posted on: February 2, 2009 12:49 pm
 

Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

Harrison, the defensive player of the year, stepped in front of Boldin at the goal line, picked off Warner's throw and began a journey down the right sideline to the longest play in Super Bowl history.

He does not seem to really be an impact player. What is all the fuus about?




Since: Jan 29, 2009
Posted on: January 29, 2009 7:29 pm
 

Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

couldnt be more right. He acted like a 2 year old thrwing a sissy fit. I mean what NFL player just ditches his team instead of celebarating with his team finally going to the Super Bowl. Cardnials can take there name off this list of teams who havent been to the Super Bowl and he just acts like a baby.




Since: Jan 19, 2009
Posted on: January 29, 2009 2:22 pm
 

Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

So you crucify Boldin for an argument during the game and avoiding any confrontation after the game. When is the proper moment to bring it up?

 

How about him acting as a professional team player ? You should never aire you dirty laundry in public. There is a proper place and time for everythig and national TV..in front of your team is not the places.

 

 

Oh yeah ..I give him a  Pass on this one.. He is just a JACKASS !!!!

 

His type of action makes me sick.




Since: Jan 19, 2009
Posted on: January 29, 2009 1:09 pm
 

Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

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Since: Jan 19, 2009
Posted on: January 29, 2009 12:59 pm
 

Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

To whom are you refering? The writer? A responder?




Since: Jan 15, 2008
Posted on: January 28, 2009 6:29 pm
 

Anquan Boldin is a Jackass

So you crucify Boldin for an argument during the game and avoiding any confrontation after the game. When is the proper moment to bring it up? Perhaps when the Titanic is at the bottom of the ocean you can than voice your concern to the captain? This guy has done nothing in the past to warrant this attack and players and coaches have said this is common during the heat of the moment. Mr. Freeman, did you write this in the heat of your own moment? If this was such a distraction to the team and task at hand then wouldn't a timeout been called? We don't even know exactly what the issue was and never will. Maybe Haley was the instigator.

I give Anquan Boldin a pass on this one.

 



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