Boldin sits out practice with hamstring injuryPosted: Updated:
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Arizona wide receiver Anquan Boldin rested his injured hamstring today and says he's not sure he'll play in the divisional playoff at Carolina.
Boldin hurt the hamstring on a 71-yard touchdown catch in Arizona's 30-24 victory over Atlanta last weekend.
He's undergoing treatment but doesn't plan to test the hamstring before gametime on Saturday.
Boldin says he's just taking it a day at a time and do everything he can to get the hamstring healed.
If Boldin can't play in the game against Carolina, the Cardinals will rely more heavily on another Pro Bowl receiver, Larry Fitzgerald.
Steve Breaston is also likely to play a bigger role, as will rookie Early Doucet.
The Cardinals went 3-1 without Boldin this season, defeating Buffalo, Dallas and Seattle at home and losing at New England.