As this offseason had Lions fans in a mix of emotions. The Lions moved on from their leading touch down receiver Anquan Boldin who was a crowd favorite.
Boldin ended up accepting a contract with Buffalo in the offseason for 1 year $2,750,000 in turn left the Bills camp today requesting to retire from the NFL according to Jim Trotter.
Statement from Anquan Boldin on his decision to retire: pic.twitter.com/z19jekK33R
— Jim Trotter (@JimTrotter_NFL) August 21, 2017
In Boldin’s career with the Lions he posted 67 receptions, with 584 yards and 8 touchdowns.
We wish him nothing but the best as he gave us nothing but the best.