The 2009 NFL Draft is less than a week away and to this point we have seen little movement on the trade front.
The Bills did move All-Pro left tackle Jason Peters in fear that he would holdout. The Eagles, who had two first round picks, were able to benefit and now have solidified the most important position on the line.
The question remains will the Cardinals do the same with wide receiver Anquan Boldin, who wants to be paid in the same ballpark as teammate Larry Fitzgerald. The reality of the matter is though that Arizona is not prepared to tie up that kind of money at one position.
Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com wrote this weekend that he expects to see Boldin get traded.
"The Cardinals put it out there Wednesday that they received calls from teams inquiring about Boldin. Why the rush to let that information out? They want to make a move before the draft, if they make a move at all," Prisco wrote.
"So where does he go? Many speculate Philadelphia or to the Giants. But here's one to strongly consider: Jacksonville. The Jaguars have discussed a trade with the Cardinals and they are in the market for a receiver."
With Boldin on the block as well as Cleveland wideout Braylon Edwards, the market is drying up for the Bengals' Ocho Cinco. It is going to be an interesting week ahead.