The new GM of the New York Jets, John Idzik, has started off in the worst possible way. This week it was revealed that the latest player to be shopped around by the organization is not Tim Tebow or even Mark Sanchez, but Darrelle Revis.
This is catastrophic news as Revis should be the last player to be put on the trading block. He is an indispensable member of the Jets organization who has been with the team his entire career.
Understandably, the cornerback was upset by the speculation, and Idzik had to reach out to Revis to do some damage control.
Back in December, Revis said he would like to stay with the Jets, but you can wonder if he still feels the same way after the past week's events.
According to The New York Post, Revis is looking for a $100 million deal, which would make him the highest-paid defensive player in the history of the NFL. Not only is he worth every penny, but the Jets owe him as much after treating him with such disrespect.
Here are five other reasons why the Jets should never trade Darrelle Revis.