Anquan Boldin has said that he is treating this weekend's Super Bowl as his last chance to lift the Lombardi Trophy.
The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver will be appearing in his second Super Bowl, having been on the losing side with the Arizona Cardinals four years ago.
The 30-year-old told the Ravens' website: "I look at it as being my last time, I take that approach to it because you never know when that last time could be. For me, there's more of a sense of urgency, it's more get it done now or never.
"Everything is precious. You don't waste a minute of it. Every play you play hard because you never know what can be the determining point.
"This time around I feel like I have unfinished business. It's good to be back. Most guys don't even get a chance to go once. I'm going for a second time, so it's definitely a blessing for me."
The Ravens face the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl on Sunday.