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    Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    Profootballtalk.com's Gregg Rosenthal passes along Combine "buzz" that the Cardinals will finally deal Anquan Boldin this offseason?

    Where if they do will he end up?



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    Hasn't this talk been going on for 3 years?



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    He will be traded to the Raiders for 1st round picks in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    Quote Originally Posted by mharder View Post
    He will be traded to the Raiders for 1st round picks in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.
    I forgot



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    Quote Originally Posted by mharder View Post
    I forgot

    Yeah, he's not fast enough for the Raiders.



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    With this year being an uncapped year that could make this trade easier and more interesting at the same time



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    While Boldin's health is a question mark, he's only 29 years old and is known as a great locker room leader. Baltimore tops the list of teams that will be interested and Miami also makes sense.

    The Cardinals wanted a first and a third-round pick last year. With his trade value down, perhaps a second-round pick and change could seal the deal.

    Expect to hear a lot more about Boldin in the build up to April's draft. This time, it should pay off in a trade.



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    This is the year they need to make a deal. After they lost most of their defensive leaders after the super bowl and will be losing Dansby this offseason they need some leadership on the defense to help out Leinhert or whichever QB they draft.



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    Anquan Kenmile Boldin (pronounced*/?ćnkw??n/; born October 3, 1980 in Pahokee, Florida) is a professional American football player. He was chosen by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2003 NFL Draft out of Florida State University. He was drafted in the 2nd round because of his relatively slow combine speed.[1] His speed has proved no impediment to success. Boldin was named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2003 by the Associated Press. He is known as one of the league's most physical receivers. Boldin requested a trade following the 2007 season when his fellow wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald signed a four-year, $40 million contract extension with Arizona [2] and the Cardinals declined to renegotiate Boldin's contract. He has two years with $12 million remaining on his current contract. Contents • 1 High school career • 2 College career • 3 Professional career • 4 Personal • 5 Referencing • 6 External links [edit] High school career Boldin was a standout football and basketball player at Pahokee High School. His quarterbacking prowess led him to be named Florida's Mr. Football in 1998. During his senior season, Pahokee rolled to a 10–0 regular season record, routinely defeating teams by large margins. Pahokee defeated archrival Glades Central 34-14 in the Muck Bowl, Florida's biggest high school football showdown. Surprisingly, the Blue Devils were upset 29-14 by Coach Corky Rogers's powerhouse Bolles team from Jacksonville in the 2A state championship game. Boldin is considered to be among the best players the state has ever produced. In 2007 he was named to the Florida High School Association All-Century Team which selected the Top 33 players in the 100 year history of high school football in the state of Florida's history. Many of his numbers were later eclipsed by Adrian McPherson. [edit] College career Anquan Boldin attended Florida State University and Hinds Community College. A versatile player, he played both wide receiver and quarterback. In just 23 games at wide receiver, Anquan Boldin caught 118 passes for 1,790 yards (averaging 15.2 yards per reception) and 21 touchdowns. Boldin's remarkable athleticism and work ethic have allowed him to rebound from several serious knee injuries in college and later in the NFL. [edit] Professional career Despite the initial concerns of the NFL scouts after Boldin registered a relatively slow 4.71 time in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine, Boldin has broken several NFL records. In his rookie year, Boldin had 101 catches and was the only rookie selected to the 2004 Pro Bowl. Boldin also set an NFL record for most receiving yards by a rookie in his first game (217), tied Billy Sims for most yards from scrimmage by a rookie in his first game (217), and holds the NFL record for most receptions in the first 26 games of an NFL career (157) as well as the fastest to record 300 career receptions (47 games). Boldin teams with Larry Fitzgerald, who was drafted a year after Boldin in 2004, to create one of the best wide receiver tandems in NFL history. In 2005, Boldin was injured and missed part of the season but yet still caught more than 100 passes for over 1,400 yards. On top of that, the Cardinals wide receivers became only the third duo from the same team to each catch over 100 receptions (see Herman Moore and Brett Perriman, also Rod Smith and Ed McCaffrey). Boldin and Fitzgerald also topped the 1,400-yard mark, only the third duo to achieve that in NFL history. They joined Detroit's Herman Moore and Brett Perriman, who accomplished the feat in 1995, and St. Louis' Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce, who did it in 2000. In 2007, Boldin became the quickest player in NFL history to compile 400 receptions and was selected to play in the 2007 Pro Bowl for the NFC, along with teammate Adrian Wilson. Boldin was named the offensive captain for the Cardinals for the 2007–2008 season. On August 19, 2008, Boldin asked the Cardinals to trade him due to a contract extension dispute, claiming the team has not recognized his hard work.[3] On September 28, 2008, Boldin was carted off the field after a violent helmet-to-helmet collision in the end zone with 27 seconds remaining in the Cardinals’ 56–35 loss to the New York Jets. While attempting to catch a long pass from Kurt Warner which ended up incomplete, Boldin was hit in the back by free safety Kerry Rhodes and then took a helmet-to-face shot from strong safety Eric Smith, knocking them both unconscious. Smith, also injured on the play, was able to get up after a few moments. After several minutes, Boldin was placed on a stretcher and was carted off the field. "He's alert," Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said. "He's talking and moving all his extremities. He asked to get up and the doctors won't let him." While the catch wasn't counted as a touchdown, Boldin had a good game as Warner's main go-to guy, finishing the game with 10 catches for 119 yards and one touchdown. On October 4, 2008, coach Ken Whisenhunt announced that Boldin would be out for an indefinite time period with fractured paranasal sinuses.[4] The injury created an opportunity for another WR, Steve Breaston. The Cardinals' offense did not miss a beat during Boldin's absence, and Boldin, Fitzgerald and Breaston became the 5th 1,000 yard receiving trio in NFL history. Boldin missed two games but returned after the bye to record one of his best performances in the season in the Cardinals' loss to the Panthers, catching nine passes with two touchdown receptions and sixty-three yards receiving. He continued his five game touchdown streak with six receptions with one touchdown reception and eighty-five yards receiving in the win against the St. Louis Rams. On December 7, 2008, in a win against the St. Louis Rams, Boldin became the first player in Arizona Cardinal franchise history to gain 1,000 yards receiving in four consecutive seasons. The following week, he became the fastest player in NFL history to have 500 receptions.[5] During the 2009 NFL offseason, Boldin continues pleading to be traded due to lack of compensation and feelings that the organization no longer cares about him as a player. On March 12, 2009 it was reported by many NFL writers that Boldin was now on the trading block. Cardinals GM Rod Graves has denied this. The Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, and Tennessee Titans have expressed interest in Boldin. On May 26, 2009, according to ESPN's Mike Sando, Anquan Boldin has fired agent Drew Rosenhaus. On November 15, 2009 in a game against the Seattle Seahawks, Boldin became the fifth fastest NFL player ever to gain 7,000 receiving yards. [edit] Personal Boldin is the cousin of CFL All-Star defensive back Korey Banks. He also has a brother, Demir "D.J." Boldin, who played College football at Wake Forest University. D.J. participated in the 2009 NFL Draft but was not chosen. Shortly after the draft, he was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Detroit Lions. He has one son, Anquan Jr


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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    Hell i'll take him in Green Bay, our receivers would have to be one of the best, Driver, Jennings, Nelson.... that would have to be top if not 2nd to Indy's



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    Re: Will the Cardinals actuall trade Boldin

    Beat writer Armando Salguero doubts the Dolphins would give up a second- or even a third-round pick for Anquan Boldin.

    "Because it's a high pick in the round," Salguero says of the third-rounder. If the Cardinals don't receive at least a third-round offer, it makes no sense to trade a team leader and fierce competitor. The Dolphins are going to have to come stronger, even in the last year of Boldin's contract.



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