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Anquan Boldin Retires From NFL, Citing His Need To Assist With Social Change In America

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 22 / 17

Bills WR Anquan Boldin retired this week, and the recent conflict in Charlottesville was the "tipping point" that caused the 14-year veteran to "reassess his priorities," according to John Wawrow of the AP. Boldin: "Anybody with any sense can see how divided we are as a country, and Charlo...

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