The Arizona Cardinals will entertain any and all trade scenarios as the team prepares itself for the 2015 campaign and beyond.
GM Steve Keim openly admitted that the Cardinals have an eye on the future, something that's vastly important when considering the team's place in the competitive NFC West division.
Keim and company feel that the team's roster is in outstanding shape with extra depth in a handful of areas. Any trades would likely involve Arizona receiving draft picks that can be utilized to build for the future.
Among the areas of potential surpluses include the defensive line and the defensive backfield. The Cardinals have done a good job of stockpiling talent in these two areas and stand to benefit from the potential of future draft picks.
Stay tuned to CardinalFootballTalk.com for all potential trades and transactions during the offseason.
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