Ravens WR Anquan Boldin admitted this afternoon that he has played through a partially torn meniscus for this entire season, and he only opted to get surgery to repair the knee after it worsened during a Tuesday practice on Dec. 20.
"I played with it partially torn all year," Boldin said. "I just felt like I'd just play until it (tore), and that's what it did. It tore enough to where it flipped up and my knee started catching. I couldn't run or anything like that. Felt it necessary to go ahead and get it taken care of."
The nine-year veteran was back running around in practice just eight days after the procedure, and he's looked pretty sharp in the two practices this week.
"I'm feeling good," Boldin said. "Probably the best I've felt all year. I'm full-go right now."