With his availability in the trade market, let’s look at Jets corner back Darrelle Revis and the idea of the Lions going out and pulling the trigger on a deal.
First off Revis is arguably the best corner in football, at least top three. The man changes offensive game plans and there are only a hand full of defensive backs that can claim that. In six seasons Revis has played 79 games boasting 10 interceptions and 98 pass deflections. All this with the opposition just flat out staying away from him while trying double moves to free up receivers. In other words his side of the field isn’t called Revis Island for nothing.
So here we stand, Revis is 28 years old in July, a player in his prime coming back from an ACL injury and his team has made it abundantly clear they wish to move on without him.
Well Revis will be owed a roster bonus something New York can certainly save on if he gets moved. Next the Jets are clearly rebuilding and could very much use the picks they would rec...