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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...
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The Jets owner is open to trading arguably the best cornerback in the league this offseason.
Prior to this year the Jets stated publicly that they hope to keep Darrelle Revis for his entire career, but his contract demands coupled with the value he adds has led the Jets to prompt the team to consider trade options.
The Jets believe that Revis will not re-sign with them next...
According to Jeff McLane of Philly.com, a rumor has been circulating that the Eagles are getting ready to make an offer to the Jets for cornerback Darrelle Revis. There’s already a rumor brewing in certain NFL circles that Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has been crunching the numbers and putting together an offer to bring the 27-year-old Revis to Philadelphia. Others around...
Darrelle Revis could be changing shades of green next season.
Rumors abound that the New York Jets are frantically shopping their star cornerback. One team that’s rumored to be interested is the Philadelphia Eagles, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Jeff McLane reports Eagles general manager Howie Roseman is putting an offer together to bring Revis to Philadelphia.
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis finds himself in the
midst of trade rumors this offseason, but he’s also in the middle of rehabbing
his significant knee injury. By all accounts, the recovery is going well, as
Revis aims to start running outside in four to six weeks, according to Andrea Kremer of The NFL Network.
Monday marked a milestone for Revis, as the cornerback...
According to Andrea Kremer of the NFL Network, New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis is hoping to start running outside within the next 4-6 weeks as he continues to rehab his repaired ACL.
Monday was a milestone day for Revis, who has been rehabbing at the Fischer Sports training facility in Arizona. Kremer said Revis ran on a treadmill for the first time since last September...
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The Denver Broncos have made big splashes in every offseason since 2009 — expect that trend to continue this spring.
Currently, the team appears to be jockeying to land All-Star cornerback Darrelle Revis via trade with the New York Jets. Allow us to connect the dots:
The Broncos have already been linked to Revis several times this...
No one knows who is really interested in Darrelle Revis. So, many different factors to consider, that I am sure teams are going back and forth, if it is worth the risk.
If this was a 100% healthy Darrelle Revis it would be a no-brianer, but it isn’t, so teams are hesitant to give up draft picks and big money to him.
Broncos according to reports though, are inquiring.
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The Philadelphia Eagles are trying to get back to the upper echelon of the NFL, and what better way to do that than to acquire a shutdown corner?
Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Jeff McLane is reporting that the Eagles and general manager Howie Roseman are putting together a package that they will offer to the New York Jets to try to acquire Darrelle Revis...
To trade him or not to trade him, that is the multi-million dollar question. The Green and White Report podcast team takes a look at a few potential landing spots for the Jets' star cornerback and whether Darrelle Revis will ultimately leave the Big Apple this offseason.
Adam Schefter from ESPN said that the Jets are "determined" to deal cornerback Darrelle Revis before next month's draft.Fantasy Spin:Revis' trade value would have been significantly higher if he hadn't torn his ACL last season. Atlanta, Detroit, San Francisco and Tampa Bay have all been mentioned as potential landing spots for the Pro Bowl corner.
Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com reported that the Denver Broncos have expressed some interest in trading for Jets’ cornerback Darrelle Revis.
ESPN’s Ed Werder came out and stated that a source within the Broncos’ organization that they’re not interested in Revis.
It sounds like the Broncos at one point expressed some interest in acquiring Revis, but may have since backed...
After trading Alex Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Francisco 49ers are doing more this offseason in preparation for the upcoming draft. One direction the 49ers do not intend to go is the signing of the highly skilled New York Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Coming out of the 49ers camp was this quote on their pursuit of Revis, saying they are “.001 on a scale of 1...
The recent media frenzy over coveted cornerback Darrelle Revis being traded to the San Francisco 49ers is more about the public obsession with super-star dream teams, than reality. No matter how poorly these teams that are built of super-stars perform, from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Los Angeles Lakers, our infatuation never ceases and we can’t help but foaming at the mouth...
Some reports state at least three teams are interested in trading for Jets cornerback Darelle Revis. (Nick Laham/Getty Images)
Talk of spring training and daylight saving’s time are in the air, but the only thing on my mind is football. All 32 teams are locked in their respective headquarters, reviewing contracts, considering roster cuts, free agency additions, and potential draft...
The Denver Broncos were a few inches away from hosting the Patriots in the AFC Championship game. Just a few inches from another Brady –vs- Manning showdown; however, thanks to a misplay by safety Rahim Moore—the Broncos’ season was ended shorter then they had planned. A season that went as perfectly as President … Continue reading »