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The New York Jets have reportedly agreed to trade Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, pending the star cornerback passes a physical. Revis’s teammate in New York, Antonio Cromartie, is not happy about the trade.
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The stare-down between the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers over Darrelle Revis could be nearing an end.
The Bucs have been granted permission to have the star cornerback visit Tampa Bay and undergo a physical, according to multiple reports. The Jets have expressed a desire to have Revis on the trading block for a while, and the Bucs, trying to find an answer to correct the...
TAMPA, Fla. This was a memorable Monday at One Buc Place, possibly a landmark one if cornerback Darrelle Revis helps make Tampa Bay a playoff contender or more, and coach Greg Schiano left little mystery about where he stands following the Bucs' ability to secure the games best defensive back.
He no longer had to be coy, speak in coded language like, If we have an opportunity...
Darrelle Revis is now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer, and one particular Jet is not taking the trade well. Jets pro bowl cornerback Antonio Cromartie grew extremely close with Revis, and according to Around The League, Cromartie is devastated, saying “it sucks.”
“It sucks. That’s my reaction: It sucks,” Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie told New York Daily News reporter Manish...
As we’ve been reporting, Jets GM John Idzik must have finally seen the light, because he’s now moving with a sense of urgency in the Darrelle Revis trade negotiations.
Revis has already been granted permission to travel to Tampa Bay to take a physical for the Bucs, and visit with the organization.
Now Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports is reporting that Jets have agreed to trade Revis...
While his ability is hard to question, there was a level of
uncertainty surrounding the injured knee of cornerback Darrelle Revis. Even so,
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sent two draft picks to the New York Jets in exchange
for Revis, and the team is apparently confident in his health. Bucs general
manager Mark Dominik told Peter King of Sports Illustrated that he expects
Revis to be...
QB-coach tandems are easy to spot both on the field and in football lore. Other player-coach tandems are harder to identify – unless armed with our illuminating Quality Stats. Rex Ryan-Darrelle Revis were one of those terrific tandems that we may find need each other.
Mark Sanchez seems like a guy who can see the writing on the wall, and he’s not holding back any longer. Last season when Tim Tebow was initially acquired to back up Sanchez, the quarterback joked that “it was all to sale seats man.”
Sanchez is no longer joking around, and amid rumors of a feud between the two counterparts, Sanchez finally questioned why the Jets made the...
Mark Sanchez suggests the media frenzy that accompanied Tim Tebow's presence with the New York Jets was partly fueled by the team itself.
The Jets quarterback says in an interview with FOX Sports Radio in Los Angeles that the media coverage during training camp in Cortland, N.Y., last summer was more intense than usual - including ESPN camping out for a week - because of Tebow...
Mark Sanchez jabs the New York Jets franchise for the circus surrounding Tim Tebow, says the two are "good."
Well now that Darrelle Revis is gone, and the Jets have a little room to move around, could they end up making a splash where no one is expecting them too?
Every single website I have looked at has the Jets taking a defensive end or outside linebacker and while I would like to believe they could use one, Who says they will not take Geno Smith if he is just sitting there?
Why do they say what they say? Do football players just not know what is coming out of their mouths?I mean, Darrelle Revis gets traded to the Buccaneers and turns right around and says that the Jet's management lied to him about wanting to keep him on the team! Really?With all of the major moves going on the last few weeks, why does Revis think that he is the only one who fell...