Boldin Doesn’t Practice; Still Thinks He May Play Sunday

Anquan Boldin is doing everything he can to be healthy enough to play in the Cardinals’ wild-card game against the Packers. The three-time Pro Bowl receiver didn’t practice again on Friday because of a left high ankle sprain, a condition compounded by a sprained left knee. He was listed as questionable for Sunday’s game.

He said doctors have been at his house at night “poking and prodding” and he’s had acupuncture treatments.

“I’m doing everything within my power to make sure I’m on the field Sunday,” Boldin said. “If I’m not able to go, trust me, it won’t be anything I didn’t do.”

Coach Ken Whisenhunt says Boldin’s participation will be a game-time decision. “He’s doing a good job. He’s progressing well,” Whisenhunt said, “but we won’t know until Sunday.”

Three of Arizona’s other injured players, all starters, practiced on a limited basis: defensive end Calais Campbell (broken left thumb), safety Antrel Rolle (injured right thigh), and cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (bruised left kneecap).


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