According to XTRA 910 in Phoenix's Mike Jurecki, on NFL draft weekend the Philadelphia Eagles offered a third-round pick and CB Sheldon Brown to the Arizona Cardinals for WR Anquan Boldin.
Jurecki told Scout.com that he reported the trade offer on this Thursday show. Both players are looking for more money and at one point or another, have asked to be traded.
Jurecki, who is as about plugged in on the Cardinals as anyone in the country, also said he knew of only one other offer the Cardinals received for Boldin and that was a second-round pick from the Chicago Bears.
The Eagles released a statement prior to the draft which said they wouldn't be trading Brown.
Eagles Make Offer for Anquan Boldin?
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