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The San Fransisco 49ers are not inclined to pursue CB Darrelle Revis at this time according to ESPN’s Chris Mortenson.
This contradicts much of the talk from Wednesday – and this offseason – that suggested San Francisco would be the eventual landing spot for Revis.
San Francisco worked out a trade of Alex Smith with Kansas City on Wednesday. That transaction and others have given the 49ers a whopping 15 draft picks in the upcoming draft. The consensus among many is that the 49ers will make finding a top corner their number one priority.
Revis is considered the best corner in the league but his return from an ACL tear brings risks with it.
There is still plenty of time before April’s draft so it is hard to completely rule San Francisco out.
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Once the San Francisco 49ers deal to trade away Alex Smith to the Chiefs is complete, they will own 12 draft picks in April’s NFL Draft. That puts them in position to make a lot of deals moving forward, especially with a high 2nd round pick. According to recent reports, the 49ers have the eyes set on New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis. According to a Yahoo Sports report quoting...
It was reported earlier this week that the San Francisco
49ers were planning on using some of their newly acquired draft picks to pursue
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis. However, sources around the NFL tell
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com that the 49ers are “unlikely” to pursue Revis.
It’s been rumored that the Jets will consider trading Revis
in order to add draft picks...
Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports reports that sources have informed him that ”multiple teams” have contacted the New York Jets at the NFL Combine regarding CB Darrelle Revis‘ availability.
Cole mentions that Jets’ management “was all ears” in regards to a potential a deal.
The Jets reportedly haven’t had any discussions with Revis’ representatives in recent weeks...
Yesterday, during an interview on a Seattle radio station Richard Sherman said Darrelle Revis was “irrelevant” (Credit: AP Photo)
On Wednesday, Richard Sherman took to a Seattle radio station to speak about what else but New York Jets corner back Darrelle Revis. Revis and Sherman had an argument last week, via Twitter, about who was the better corner back.
We reported the news yesterday that the New York Jets were reportedly avoiding Darrelle Revis’ representation at the NFL combine. While at the time the reason was unknown many assumed it was because the Jets didn’t want to address the trade rumors that had been swirling around their star player. Now according to the New York Daily News, we find out that the Jets were actively...
The New York Jets still haven’t come out and admitted that they’re actively trying to trade cornerback Darrelle Revis and head coach Rex Ryan will only continue to claim that he’s not available.
According to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, the Jets have been talking to teams about Revis for weeks now.
The Jets have been talking to teams about trading Revis FOR WEEKS!
According to two sources, the 49ers are among a handful of teams that have discussed pursuing Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, Yahoo! Sports reports.Fantasy Spin:San Francisco already has 11 selections in the 2013 Draft and expects to have four more (one from the Alex Smith deal, three from compensation for players lost in free agency last offseason). Adding Revis to an already stacked...
The San Francisco 49ers have traded Alex Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs, even though it can’t be official for two more weeks.
The Niners now have acquired a couple of 2nd round picks in the deal, and reports are that they will now take a run at acquiring Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis according to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports.
The 49ers are among a handful of teams that have discussed...
If the Jets won’t show any love to Darrelle Revis than the Sanfrancisco 49ers are more than willing. The 49ers are said to be interested in Revis. They have what the Jets need…draft picks 2013 draft picks and they also could part with a player as well if it isn’t one of their core players. [...]
Rants- Darrelle Revis -for whinning that the Jets management didn’t call him to tell him he isn’t getting traded. Seriously Darrelle? You are quick to call it a business when you are looking to get paid, how come you don’t think it’s a business when the team is looking to improve and it’s possible that [...]
The 2013 salary cap number continues to rise. On Thursday Chris Mortensen of ESPN reported that the 2013 cap number is $123 million per team.
Reports earlier in the week suggested that the number could come in north of $123 million, but it looks like $123 million.
Reports earlier in the offseason suggested that the 2013 cap number would remain flat and come in at $120.9 million...
It’s not a question of if the Patriots would want Darrelle Revis in a New England uniform. It’s a question of how, and when.
No team would turn down the talent of Revis, one of the best cornerbacks in the league and a player who has caused serious trouble for the Pats in recent years. And no one in New England would feel bad if the Jets couldn’t afford to keep Revis, and he...
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman is a talker. Sherman is happy to leave you with a soundbite whether you wanted it or not. With rumors floating that NFC West rival San Francisco 49′ers might be in the mix for Jets CB Darrelle Revis, Sherman happily shared his thoughts on the subject.
“It’d be fun either way, there’s always a rivalry there,” Sherman told 710 ESPN in...
Ian Rapoport reports that sources have informed him that the NFL has set the 2013 salary cap at $123 million.
Last year’s cap was set at $120.6 million, so there’s a slight increase for teams to work with this offseason.
Chris Mortensen reports his sources have told him that the cap figure will be $123.9 million.
It all counts, so I’m sure NFL teams will be glad to have the...