Do Not Want
1) Trading for Darrelle Revis
First off, the obvious. Revis is, when healthy, the best corner in pro football, and it's not even all that close. He ends WR1s, make interceptions despite teams trying to avoid him, tackles well for a corner and stays relatively quiet for a player of his position and pedigree. At age 27, he should have another 3 to 5 years of peak level performance ahead of him, and probably another 2-3 years of serviceable CB2 work after that. He makes teams better, and pass defenses a lot better.
And that's the end of the good part, and it ends with a quickness.
For better or worse, the guy has never been happy with his contract. He's not a guarantee to get back all of his powers following last year's season-ending injury. Any decrease in quicks could prove fatal to his production, as he's a 5'-11" 198-pound guy, rather than someone who dominates with size. So you are likely to be paying top price for a guy who isn't what is advertised.
That price, b...