NEW YORK (AP) -Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald believes disgruntled teammate Anquan Boldin would like to stay with Arizona.
``I don't think he really wants to go,'' Fitzgerald said Friday. ``He's been out there six years. His family is comfortable; his son is in school. There's a lot of things that I think will be conducive for him to stay.
``But this is a business. You never know what's going to happen.''
Boldin seemed to soften his stance last week after previously requesting to be traded. This weekend's NFL draft is sure to be rife with rumors of potential deals for the wide receiver.

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