Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Anquan Boldin said last month that he won’t request a trade.
But that doesn’t mean other teams won’t contact the Cardinals about trading for him.
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports, citing “two people in contact with the Dolphins,” that the Dolphins might offer a draft pick to the Cardinals for Boldin.
According to Jackson, an offer from the Dolphins would be for a third-round pick or later. It’s not known whether the Cardinals would accept a later-round pick for Boldin, but it would make sense for the team to consider moving him: The Cardinals have some good younger receivers in Steve Breaston and Early Doucet, and Arizona’s offense has actually been more productive in games Boldin missed than in games Boldin played.
Per Jackson, the Dolphins are not likely to make a move for another receiver who might be available, Denver’s Brandon Marshall.