Failing to deal wide receiver Anquan Boldin last offseason, the Arizona Cardinals seem determined to trade him this year, of course, with the best possible exchange. At least the team has made it clear that they want to trade Boldin with only question to be how much they can get in return.
"Our approach with Anquan is really the same as it was last year," Cardinals general manager Rod Graves said. "We will look at all the options and exploring and ultimately doing what is best for the team."
It would likely take multiple draft picks to land Boldin. But there have been already teams that are likely to acquire Boldin. The Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs are most likely and the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots are less likely.
What all these teams are worrying about before having Boldin put on their NFL jerseys is how much money the wide receiver will ask for after the 2010 season when he becomes a free agent. His current bargain is $3 million and is likely to raise it to $10 million on the open market.