Now that the football season is over, no sooner should we expect rumors to emerge about potential trades, than immediately. With the Arizona Cardinals heartbreaking defeat to the Steelers in the Super Bowl, Cardinals receiver Anquan Boldin seems to want out from under the Tuscan Sun.
Boldin who was suppose to be the number one receiver of Kurt Warners air artillery, was simply out shadowed by Larry Fitzgerald. Frustration hit with the lack of attention coming Boldins way and - as is the case many wide receivers in professional football he wants one thing, to be the primary target for a winning team.
So as the season came to a close, rumors of a possible trade soon surfaced. The Philadelphia Eagles fairytale season ended disappointingly and no sooner came the onslaught of what can be done to make this team go the distance. The suggestions you ask? Why a top tier wide receiver of course.
So the Eagles jump out of the gates to make an attempt to reel in T.J. Houshmandzadeh and its looking like a deal can/will be reached. However when we return to the case of Mr. Boldin, things arent as smooth.
According to Eagles GM Tom Heckert, the team is set for the wide-out position. With the acquisition of receiver DeSean Jackson, Heckert feels as if the prime slot has been filled. Is this a cover-up to relieve some of the press that has been smothering the franchise? Or are these words of truth and faith in DeSean Jackson?