The chatter at the Scouting Combine from a few places is that former Seminole WR Anquan Boldin will finally get traded this offseason.
The Cardinals held out for a big trade package for Boldin last offseason and never came close to dealing him.
The feeling now is that they will accept less for him for a variety of reasons. Boldin has only one year left on his deal, his body takes the punishment of a running back, and Steve Breaston has proven to be a reliable starter.
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.