Well, the "big" news coming out of today's media day is Larry Fitzgerald apparently saying he is willing to restructure his contract for the Cards to keep Anquan Boldin around (I wasn't there when Fitz said it; when a guy is talking for 60 minutes at the same time as everyone else, it's impossible to be there for everything).
I'm sure it was done with the right intentions (although restructuring by a player usually means additional money or at the least moving money into a player's hands quicker, so Fitz would get a benefit). But the Boldin question isn't just about the money. It's the money the Cards are willing to spend at the position when other parts of the team (QB Kurt Warner, LB Karlos Dansby, S Adrian Wilson, for example) also need tending. It's the money Boldin is willing to play for, and whether he is still willing to stick around.
I will say this: Boldin seemed to be in a great mood Tuesday at media day. All that concern about him enjoying the moment shouldn't be a concern. Q got a little air horn from the Giants' Antonio Pierce – moonlighting for the NFL Network, I believe (EDIT: Oops. It's the Best Damn Sports Show) – and was blasting it over and over after the interview session while the Cards lined up for their Super Bowl team photo.
It's been said before, there will be much to figure out after the season. Nothing is going to be simple. It's nice to know Fitz is willing to work to keep this team together and the harmony everyone feels this week is perfect leading into the biggest game of the year. But I just heard Steelers tackle Max Starks talk about how this is a business (he will be a free agent) and that's how it usually plays out with both team and player.