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As Boldin was being strapped to a cart, Jets and Cardinals players joined hands in prayer nearby.
"We're a fraternity," said Warner, who led the prayers.
Warner, visibly shaken after the game, said it was the worst hit he'd ever witnessed.
"That was about as emotional as it gets," he said.
Boldin caught 10 passes for 119 yards and one touchdown on Sunday. In his sixth NFL season, he leads the league in touchdown catches with five and ranks fifth in yards receiving with 366, on 27 receptions.
He said he didn't know if he had a concussion in the immediate aftermath of the collision.
"I took a concussion test yesterday but everything was cool," he said.
Whisenhunt said he had seen a few scary situations like the one involving Boldin.
"As a player, I was on the team in New York when Dennis Byrd got paralyzed," the coach said. "I've seen both spectrums, where the guy was OK and the guy wasn't OK. We're just glad that 'Q' is OK and he's out here with the team."
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