The have been hesitant, in fact the flat-out refused it in the past but according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt, the Arizona Cardinals will now listen to trade offers for their disgruntled wide receiver Anquan Boldin
Boldin began demanding the trade when teammate Larry Fitzgerald received a four-year, $40 million deal last season. Boldin, who has two years remaining on his six-year deal, wants a contract on par with Fitzgerald's, but the Cards aren't offering him that kind of money.
"Before the draft, you know there is going to be talk about Anquan and his situation and a trade," Whisenhunt said, ESPN reported. "Since not a whole lot has changed with his contractual situation, we know that will come back. It would be foolish from out standpoint not to listen to those opportunities and see what actually exists. But I want to make the points — our goal is to re-sign him to a long-term deal. That hasn't changed."
The Cardinals want to keep Boldin and its obvious why, in his 6 years in Arizona, he has 6,496yards and 40 TD's and 77 career starts.