A lot of speculation is stirring about the New York Jets star and there seem to be plenty of franchises interested in acquiring Revis' services.
Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News has the latest as of Tuesday and it looks like Revis will be shipped out of town sooner rather than later:
The Daily News has learned that Gang Green is poised to trade the Pro Bowl cornerback in the coming days at the right price in its first significant step to re-build the franchise.
Sources have told the News for weeks that owner Woody Johnson has no intention of signing Revis to a long-term contract extension.
“I think (the Jets are) going to move Revis,” a source familiar with the situation told the News on Tuesday. “Bet it. If he isn’t traded by tomorrow, (general manager John) Idzik is an idiot. One buyer might dry out. He has to move him. The risk of keeping him kills the franchise for five years and Idzik is gone.”
A source tells Rich Cimini of ESPN New York that the Denver Broncos are interested in making a move for Revis. Cimini also notes that Revis receives a $1 million roster bonus if he's still with the team by next Saturday.
However, Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post disagrees, citing his own sources that say Denver has no interest.
Arguably the best cornerback in the NFL, Revis is coming off a torn ACL that caused him to miss most of the 2012 season. That doesn't seem to be discouraging the market for him, though, as a trade seems imminent.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are particularly thin at corner and very interested in Revis (per the Tampa Bay Times' Stephen F. Holder).