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Boldin chimes in on McGahee's tomahawk chop

Ravens running back Willis McGahee said his tomahawk chop after scoring on a 25-yard touchdown run in Sunday's 30-7 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Wildcard playoff game was a jab at the Chiefs fans at Arrowhead Stadium.

One of his teammates thinks there's another reason.

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Wide receiver Anquan Boldin joked that McGahee was actually paying homage to Florida State because he wished he could have played for the Seminoles.

"I told him that was something he always wanted to do," said Boldin, a former Florida State player. "He wanted to be a Seminole. Unfortunately, we didn't accept him."When informed that McGahee had said that he is not fond of the Seminoles, Boldin responded, "He doesn't hate Florida State. Secretly, he wants to be a Seminole in his heart. He's always been longing to do it. That's why he was excited to get into the end zone against the Chiefs."

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McGahee disputed Boldin's comments.

"Never wanted to be part of Florida State," McGahee said. I never lost to Florida State. I don't know what 'Q' was talking about."

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