Even after trading away one of their two first-round picks for left tackle Jason Peters, the Eagles could join the Ravens as teams looking to acquire Arizona receiver Anquan Boldin.

Asked Sunday if Philadelphia could still go after Boldin, Eagles team president Joe Banner told the Philadelphia Inquirer, "We're always looking for players that we think can make us better," Banner said. "I think we've proven many times that we'd be willing to do what it takes, whether it be a trade or do something with somebody's contract in order to get them here."

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Banner added that the team would not rule out dealing its remaining first-round pick, the 21st overall.

"There are teams that start the year with only one first-round draft pick and they've traded them," Banner said. "If we made another trade with a first-round draft pick, we'd just be in the same position as them. I think we'll do whatever we evaluate to be the best move with any of the available players. . . . Some of the evaluation is about the quality of what we have at certain positions."

According to a league source, the Ravens also have shown interest in trading for Boldin.

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