It appears more than ever that the Cardinals are going to try and move wide out Anquan Boldin, who missed both of the teams playoff games due to injury. The National Football Post reports that the move is going to be made at some point this offseason, and they will look at all options in moving him:
Cardinals general manager Rod Graves reiterated that the team isn’t opposed to the possibility of exploring trade scenarios for wide receiver Anquan Boldin, as they did last year heading into the NFL draft. Ultimately, the Cardinals’ asking price of a first-round draft pick and other selections was too high but this year, the price may have gone down enough to make a trade a more realistic possibility. “We’re open to looking at all the possibilities for Anquan,” Graves said today at the NFL scouting combine. “Right now, he’s an Arizona Cardinal and we’re delighted about that. We’re receptive to taking any calls and we’ll do what’s best for the team. I don’t want to get into specfics, but we’ll look at all the possibilities.” Graves said he hasn’t spoken with Boldin lately. “I’ve been in communication with his representatives,” Graves said. “He knows our position. We’ll see what happens.”
There was plenty of rumors about Boldin being moved last offseason, but it never happened, but it seems like finally he will be in another uniform when the 2010 season starts.