The Arizona Cardinals are reportedly considering trade offers from multiple teams interested in moving up to the No. 3 overall pick with the first round of the NFL Draft approaching on Thursday, according to Dianna Russini of ESPN.

There has been much speculation that the Cardinals could trade out of the No. 3 spot, but now we have it confirmed in a report that the team is considering multiple offers to move out of the spot.

It would make the most sense that a team in need of a quarterback would trade up to the No. 3 spot. With the Houston Texans considering passing on a quarterback altogether, it is very possible that CJ Stroud out of the Ohio State football program is available. A potential trade could be contingent on CJ Stroud being available at No. 3, so it could be a waiting game until the Cardinals are on the clock to find out if general manager Monti Ossenfort will pull the trigger on a trade.

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The Cardinals are not in need of a quarterback, as they are still committed to Kyler Murray on a long-term contract. The No. 3 pick is something that Monti Ossenfort can turn into a lot of capital to fill out the rest of the Cardinals roster. This will be Ossenfort's first NFL Draft with the Cardinals. He came from the Tennessee Titans organization, and the Titans are one of the teams that could consider moving up for a quarterback.

Regardless, it will be intriguing to see what the Cardinals do with the No. 3 pick in the NFL Draft.