New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis just wants someone to show him the money, but hopes that someone is the Jets. A New York Post source says Revis wants to stay with the Jets. “He wants to remain a Jet,” the source said. “He has never asked to be traded.” Revis may want to stay with the Jets but he also wants to be paid $16 million per season. His people are clearly trying to move past his comment made on Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson’s web show in which he said it would be “awesome” to play for the 49ers. According to the Post's source, this is why Revis wants to continue playing for the Jets: He loves playing for Ryan, and knows the last thing Ryan wants as a lame duck coach is to lose his best player. He loves the New York/New Jersey area and still hopes against hope that Johnson regards him not unlike how owner Fred Wilpon regarded David Wright when he recently made him a Met For Life. He loves the Jets fan base — with or without Fireman Ed.