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Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis continues to be the talk of the offseason. And with nearly every Revis mention, the Buccaneers are included within the same sentence. After WalterFootball.com noted the Bucs as a “logical” option for Revis, NFL.com columnist Adam Schein said on Tuesday he was told Bucs are best option for the Jets cornerback: I asked 2 NFL GMs via text what is the best and most realistic fit for Revis. Both had interesting same answer. Tampa.— Adam Schein (@AdamSchein) March 6, 2013 Later in the day, 98.7 The Fan’s Justin Pawlowski later tweeted a report from ESPN’s Ed Werder: Just saw a report from ESPN Ed Werder that the Jets won’t get a 1st round pick for Revis. Also, #Bucs were mentioned. 2nd round pick? Ok!— Justin Pawlowski (@CommishOnline) March 6, 2013 Pawlowski would go on to further stir the connection between Revis and Tampa Bay. Revis’ college head coach Dave Wannstedt and college secondary coach Jeff Hafley are currently on Bucs’ staff. Also, Jets’ general manager John Idzik worked in the Buccaneers’ front office along with general manager Mark Dominik. The connections are obviously there. But as I have stated countless times before, if the Bucs trade for Revis, there is no guarantee he will sign a new deal with them. There would need to be some form of an “agreement” on a deal between Revis and the Bucs at some point during talks in order for the trade to be pulled off (avoiding tampering somewhere in there). There is no way they can pull off a trade with a player in which the contract consists of so much uncertainty like the one Darrelle Revis has. And if a new deal is made, he will still be priced around the $12 – $14 million per year range. A price tag that can land you two quality players in the secondary as opposed to just one. If any team can land the services of Darrelle Revis, they can be very fortunate. However, coming off an ACL injury, a contract in which he controls, and a salary demand that may be too high makes Revis an unrealistic option for the Bucs as opposed to a “logical” one. The post Bucs and Darrelle Revis continue to be linked appeared first on The Bay Cave.
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During each NFL offseason, there is one player whose contract and/or playing status dominates the conversation.
This year that name is obviously Darrelle Revis.
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The Denver Broncos have made big splashes in every offseason since 2009 — expect that trend to continue this spring.
Currently, the team appears to be jockeying to land All-Star cornerback Darrelle Revis via trade with the New York Jets. Allow us to connect the dots:
The Broncos have already been linked to Revis several times this...
The Revis Island show will be moving to a new city this up coming NFL season. The only thing to figure out is where and for how much.
The New York Daily News is reporting this morning that two or three legitimate options for Revis have surfaced, and that according to a source close to the situation, “he’s gone.”
“He’s gone,” a source familiar with the situation said...
Revis Island appears to be moving to a new city in 2013. One source tells Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News that it’s only a matter of time until the New York Jets trade Darrelle Revis.
“He’s gone,” the source said. “This is happening. They’re moving him. They can’t keep him. They’re rebuilding. They’re starting fresh.”
Two or three teams are prepared...
News of Darrelle Revis being traded by the New York Jets may have come as a bit of a shock to the sports world, but looking deeper into the situation it begins to make sense.
Revis is entering the final year of his contract with the Jets as they owe the perennial pro-bowler $6 million in 2013.
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The Jets are such a dysfunctional team. Revis is under contract and shouldn’t be speaking about helping other teams win the Super Bowl. I understand his position, since the Jets are openly trying to get rid of him.
Here is what he had to say about going to the 49ers.
“Well, you’ve got to tip your hat off to them for what they have done this past year. This is a team with a...
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis hasnet had much to smile about lately with all this trade talk surrounding him. Jets have suggested that there’s ”no truth,” to rumors about the team shopping Revis, [...]
Update: 03.06.13 – Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News is reporting that the New York Jets do have teams interested in Darrelle Revis and that according to a source that the 49ers are in fact on that list. The same source says that Revis is ‘gone.’ Two or three teams are set to trade for Revis once free agency starts on March 12th. The 49ers and Falcons are on the list, but after...
Adam Schefter from ESPN said that the Jets are "determined" to deal cornerback Darrelle Revis before next month's draft.Fantasy Spin:Revis' trade value would have been significantly higher if he hadn't torn his ACL last season. Atlanta, Detroit, San Francisco and Tampa Bay have all been mentioned as potential landing spots for the Pro Bowl corner.
Chris Mortensen spoke with a “high-ranking team source” who informed him that the 49ers’ interest is “.001 on a scale of 1-10.”
Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that a source has informed him that the 49ers are interested in trading for CB Darrelle Revis “sooner rather than later.”
Mehta adds that the Falcons are also believed...
After trading Alex Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Francisco 49ers are doing more this offseason in preparation for the upcoming draft. One direction the 49ers do not intend to go is the signing of the highly skilled New York Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Coming out of the 49ers camp was this quote on their pursuit of Revis, saying they are “.001 on a scale of 1...
The recent media frenzy over coveted cornerback Darrelle Revis being traded to the San Francisco 49ers is more about the public obsession with super-star dream teams, than reality. No matter how poorly these teams that are built of super-stars perform, from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Los Angeles Lakers, our infatuation never ceases and we can’t help but foaming at the mouth...