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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 to Tampa Bay, and the deal should be finalized in the next few hours.
Jets and Bucs have already agreed on the trade, Revis and Bucs have agreed on basic contract, deal should be finalized by tonight or Mon AM
— Jason Cole (@JasonColeYahoo) April 21, 2013
Cole also reports that Revis and the Bucs have agreed to a new deal that would likely pay him the $14 to $16 million a season he has been seeking.
All that needs to happen now is the two organizations finalizing the deal.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis has found a way out of his New York nightmare.
In leaving the Jets via trade, he signed a $96 million dollar deal with Tampa Bay that is worth zero dollars in guaranteed money.
It’s a risky move on his part as he has been prone to injury. The high risk/high reward element to the deal is only magnified by his recovery from a ACL...
Darrelle Revis is heading from The Big Apple to God’s waiting room. I’m sure there is plenty to do in the great city of Tampa Bay, but you’re probably more likely to come across a pair of a Mickey Mouse ears or a shuffleboard court than a trendy nightclub in most parts of Florida. So Revis is making the most of his last days in New York.
Revis, who was traded from the New York...
Darrelle Revis is confident he will fully recover from a major knee injury and help transform the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into a playoff team.
The three-time All-Pro cornerback acquired from the New York Jets was formally introduced Monday as the newest member of a defense that ranked last in the NFL in pass defense in 2012.
Revis said he's going to ''do my best'&...
Bucs trade for Revis, sign him to 6-year $96mil contract
The New York Jets have parted ways with their best player, sending CB Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 13th pick in the 2013 NFL draft and a conditional pick next year. The Bucs rewarded their new player with a 6-year $96 million contract, making Darrelle Revis the highest paid defensive back in NFL history...
The closer we got to the draft, the less likely it seemed that Revis Island would be migrating south. But the news broke this morning that Revis had been granted permission to visit the Bucs facility and take a physical; indication that a deal is in place.
Not only does this potential move (and I say potential because it is still all hearsay right now until the teams make an official...
Tampa Bay wasted little time in welcoming Darrelle Revis into the community.
Just more than 24 hours after he was traded from the Jets to the Buccaneers, signing a six-year, 96 million deal, he was invited to throw out the first pitch before the Rays hosted the Yankees on Monday.
But Revis wasn't the only one to throw out the ceremonial "first" pitch before Monday&...
Tweet In a move that was a surprise to few, the New York Jets have traded four-time Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to bolster a secondary that has to face Drew Brees, Cam Newton, and Matt Ryan each multiple times during the season. I’m a Buc!!!! #itsabucslife instagram.com/p/YbFgl1py_Z/ — [...]
After what seemed to take forever Darrelle Revis found a new team to play for in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As Revis was brought in by the Buccaneers organization today he told reporters that the team “will make a lot of noise” for this upcoming season.
Hopefully the Bucs new cornerback will be ready for Week 1, but Darrelle said there is a possibility that he might not be able...
The Patriots may not need to worry about facing Darrelle Revis twice a year soon.
The Jets cornerback was granted permission to meet with the Buccaneers and undergo a physical, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Schefter tweeted that permission for Revis to take a physical for Tampa Bay “never would have been granted” if the Jets and Bucs couldn’t work out a trade.
According to ESPN, the Jets have a deal in place to send Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Fantasy Spin:The trade is pending a physical, and is reported to include the 13th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Tampa Bay and New York have been discussing a Revis trade for months, but the Bucs' unwillingness to part with that draft choice had been holding up the deal.
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It didn't take long for Darrelle Revis get the full Welcome Wagon treatment from his new fans on the Sun Coast of Florida last night. Just hours after signing the dotted line on his new six-year, $96 million deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the former New York Jets cornerback was invited to toss out the first pitch out at Tropicana Field. Sporting a burnt orange Bucs cap...
Well it looks like the New York Jets may have finally decided to act with urgency in the Darrelle Revis trade scenario. Adam Schefter is reporting that Revis has been granted permission from the Jets to travel to Tampa Bay to meet with the Buccaneers and take a physical.
Breakthrough: Jets have granted permission for CB Darrelle Revis to visit Tampa Bay and undergo a physical...
You don’t hear that title all the time, shoot more than half of every first round pick is eventually a bust, so when you hear a team added the best cornerback in the game for a mid first rounder, you should be excited right? Well I have seen a few Buc’s fans upset, and let me say something, DON’T BE.
The New York Jets have traded star cornerback Darrelle Revis to the Tampa...
Not everyone is pleased with Darrelle Revis becoming a Tampa Bay Buccaneer or the way he handled it. Warren Sapp will be inducted into the 2013 NFL Hall of Fame class, and is a former Buccaneer.
Sapp during an interview with the Tampa Tribune, called Revis “selfish.”
He’s selfish and he’s never been a team player,” Sapp said. “We didn’t win the championship that way...
The trading of Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is the latest and perhaps most anticipated headline grabber in the saga that has become the travelling circus of the New York Jets.
Now that they’ve part ways with the best player to wear New York Jet green in over a decade, it’s safe to say this franchise has hit rock bottom from a player personnel standpoint. The only...