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Arizona Cardinals general manager Rod Graves said Tuesday that he anticipates more conversations from teams regarding wide receiver Anquan Boldin as the NFL draft approaches this weekend.

"Quite a few teams have called, but we have no offers," Graves told Arizona reporters at a pre-draft news conference. "Anything can evolve from this point through draft day."

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The Ravens are one of the teams that have shown interest in Boldin, according to a league source. But the Ravens aren't interested in giving up multiple draft picks for Boldin, the source said.

Graves denied reports they are asking for first- and third-round picks in return for Boldin.

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"We haven't specified what we're looking for, or anything along those lines," Graves said.

But a league source told The Baltimore Sun that the Cardinals' starting point has been picks in the first and third rounds. There has been talk around the league that the Cardinals could be dropping their asking price.

Graves and coach Ken Whisenhunt reiterated Tuesday that the team prefers to keep Boldin,

who has two years remaining on his contract.

"We never said we were trying to trade Anquan," Whisenhunt told Arizona reporters. "See, that's been the perception that's out there. All we've said was that we were willing to listen to offers."

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