Baltimore Has Offered a First Round Pick and Todd Heap for Anquan Boldin

Written By Bob Cunningham On Tuesday, April 21, 2009

ESPN's John Clayton is reporting that the Ravens have offered the Cardinals a first-round pick and tight end Todd Heap for disgruntled wide receiver Anquan Boldin.

This may not be enough for the Cardinals who, while they have said they need a tight end, may not think Heap is worth the third-round compensation they're looking for in addition to a first rounder.

Let's not forget that the Cardinals are in no rush to move Boldin like the Bills were to move Jason Peters.

The Cards can sit tight and wait until their needs are met before they move Boldin, if at all.

The other side is that the Cardinals only have a little over $1 million in cap space, so a player involved with the trade may not catch their fancy, and even worse may just not be possible. They'll need cap space to sign all these new draft picks they're sure to pick up.

Clayton also reported that the Giants and Jets have also made a bid for Boldin. The Philadelphia Eagles however seem to be making no move for the receiver all of Philly-nation seems to covet.

This could mean they're not interested, or they're simply waiting to see what the going price is for Boldin. I'm inclined to put my money on the first scenario, but they've surprised me before.

This story is sure to get a huge bump this weekend at the Radio City Music Hall so stay tuned.

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