Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

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    Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

         The Arizona Cardinals have reportedly reduced their asking price on WR Anquan Boldin from a first and a third to a second rounder, plus: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4096399&campaign=rss&source=NFLHeadlines.

         This has spurred renewed interest from the Eagles, Jets, and Giants.


         Will the Browns now follow suit and lower their asking price on Braylon Edwards? Can Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson now be had for less than a first round pick? 

     
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    Re: Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

    New England could trade a 2nd rounder and one of the excess WR's they have,but I wouldn't bet my last dollar on it.Remember they need OL,LB's,and could use another lineman on D.beyond that everything is a crapshoot as far as the Patriots are concerned.They could go in several different directions just based on the trends that the shape of the draft takes.Because that there will be runs on different positions like always.Flexibility is the Patriots strength..
     
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    Re: Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

    I still dont think teh Cards will move him. Bolden is way too importent to that offense and if they want to carry over their sucess into next year then they need him back. What I dont get is why teh heck the have not just given him what he wants in a new deal. The guy is clearly worth the investment.
     
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    Re: Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

    not that it would happen,but im dreaming right now.
     
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    Re: Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

    Boldin should just get over the fact that he is not as good as Fitzgerald and just play ball.
     
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    Re: Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

    [QUOTE]Boldin should just get over the fact that he is not as good as Fitzgerald and just play ball.
    Posted by bunchofpixels[/QUOTE]

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/players/6390/index.html

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/players/6762/index.html

    there both pretty good.
     
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    Re: Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

    Yea just because you and many other are all over Larry Fitz nut sack doesnt mean that he is the better player. They are both top 10 WRs in the NFL. For years before Larry Fitz cought on Bolden was teh star on that team so just because you saw him in the playoffs and wanted to make babies with him doesnt mean Bolden shouldnt be trying to get his. He has out played his current contract and the Cards are foolish for not giving hima  new deal.
     
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    Re: Cards Reduce Trade Price for Boldin

    Larry Fitzgerald's nutsack nothwithstanding, in a perferct world where there was plenty of money for everybody and no regulations on how you could spend it, I would say give Boldin whatever he wants. But if building a successful team was as easy as going out and buying up all the best players, then the team with the highest revenue stream would win the Super Bowl every year.

    Hey . . .  whaddayaknow .  .  .  the Yankees are in town this weekend.
     

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