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BOLDIN'S PRICE STILL HIGH

According to an ESPN report, the Arizona Cardinals have reduced their asking price for wide receiver Anquan Boldin, but a league source I talked to a short while ago described that story as "BS."

BOLDIN'S PRICE STILL HIGH

According to an ESPN report, the Arizona Cardinals have reduced their asking price for wide receiver Anquan Boldin, but a league source I talked to a short while ago described that story as "BS."

The report also said the Eagles, New York Giants and New York Jets were all interested in Boldin. An Eagles source told me that the team is not close to making a trade at the moment even though the team has fielded a lot of phone calls today.

The Cardinals have also now denied that Boldin is available for a second-round pick, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. Somers said he had also talked to a reporter who covers the Giants and that the New York front-office people were denying that they were in serious discussions for Boldin. Somers said the Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans were among the teams that have shown interest in Boldin.

It appears as if the Cardinals continue to ask for a first-round pick that they will not be able to trade Boldin.

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