Price for Boldin too high for Ravens

The Ravens are balking at the Cardinals’ asking price for WR Anquan Boldin — a first- and a third-round draft pick. It’s similar to the compensation that the Lions received from Dallas last year for WR Roy Williams (the Cowboys gave up a first-, a third- and and a sixth-round pick for Williams and a seventh-round pick from the Lions in 2010.)

According to the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens would be willing to part with a first-round pick, or a second-round pick and a player in exchange for Boldin.

Boldin has been unhappy with his contract since last season, and the Cardinals announced last week that they would be willing to listen to trade offers for the Pro Bowl receiver.

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