The Miami Dolphins Need To Make a Trade for Anquan Boldin

March 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Arizona Cardinals are reported to be more friendly to trading Anquan Boldin now that he's in the last year of his contract and, barring a deal, will likely walk for nothing after the season. 
With Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Breaston, and the emergence of Early Doucet, the Cardinals aren't in need of their All-Pro receiver's services at this point anyway. 
What that translates into for suiters is about a third-round pick.
Last year the best offer Arizona got for Boldin was a second-rounder on draft day from the Chicago Bears. No one's going to come calling with a proposal like this year. Teams don't waste first-day picks on players they can nab in free agency, and as a result the Cardinals will have to settle for Boldin's 2010 market value. A third and likely a fifth- or sixth-round pick should be enough to pry him away from the desert.
The Miami Dolphins need to be at the front of the bidding line.
Its a reasonable deal for all parties and the Do...

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