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PHOENIX (AP) -- Arizona receiver Anquan Boldin was resting at home on Monday, one day after being carted off the field in the Cardinals' 56-35 loss to the New York Jets in New Jersey.
Boldin was taken to a New York-area hospital, but returned to Phoenix on Sunday night. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said "all the test results were positive," but he wouldn't speculate whether Boldin might play Sunday against Buffalo.
Boldin tried to catch a pass from Kurt Warner but was hit in the back and then took a shot to his helmet from Eric Smith. After being worked on for several minutes, Boldin was immobilized and placed on a stretcher before he was carted off the field.
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