One final update this evening.
Cardinals GM Rod Graves refuted ESPN's reports today in regards to wide receiver Anquan Boldin.
"I'll just say the reports today are erroneous," he told the AP. "We have not received any offers today with respect of Anquan."
He said the team received an offer Thursday, but it wasn't one the Cardinals were taking seriously.
So there you have it. Sounds like you can disregard pretty much every ESPN report today, including the one that said the Eagles had made the Cardinals an offer, which was rejected.
ESPN also reported at one point that the Titans had asked for and received permission to speak with Boldin's agent, Drew Rosenhaus. I don't see that report on their Web site anymore so it must have been removed. They still have an article up saying the Ravens and Eagles are showing "serious interest."
As of now, nothing seems imminent. But tomorrow should be exciting.
Speaking of which, the Lions have agreed to terms with Georgia QB Matthew Stafford, according to Jay Glazer of FoxSports.com
Glazer reports that Stafford is getting a monster, six-year, $78 million deal with $41.7 million guaranteed.
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