As we swiftly approach the start of the new league year, I wanted to point out a recent article from Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic indicating that Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin still appears to be available for the right price.
Boldin is entering the last year of his contract, and an extension doesn't appear in the works. The Cardinals listened to trade offers for Boldin last spring and will answer the phone again this year.
"We're going to look at all of the options available to us," Graves said.
As PFT pointed out today, the Cardinals have apparently made extending Darnell Dockett's contract a priority over Boldin, who has one year remaining on his current deal. The lack of contract talk could mean the Cardinals will finally trade the 29 year old receiver.
Last April, Boldin told a radio station that he "wouldn't mind" playing for a Todd Haley and the Chiefs despite the perception that the two didn't get along.
Remember, Pioli and Co. traded for Randy Moss while in New England and that worked out very well for them so I suspect that could be on Pioli's mind.