Throughout the off-season the media has had one story after another about the Jets and what they plan on doing with Darrelle Revis. One will say the team is not trading him; another says they are.
Then the owner claims the team is looking to do what's best and if it means trading someone like Revis so be it. That's followed up by Rex Ryan saying that Revis is going to be a Jet as far as he knows, but not before another story pops up claiming the team is negotiating with someone.
Now the last word was that the team is going to be holding onto him, but now that Jets are looking at having to pay him a $3 million bonus for participating in the off-season work out program rumor has it that Tampa Bay might be his new home after all.
At least that's what the media is telling us:
Jets GM John Idzik is expected to pull the trigger on a Darrelle Revis trade to Buccaneers if price is right during week of draft, I'm told
— Manish Mehta(@MMehtaNYDN) April 7, 2013
The Jets do have some talented players on the squad, but with the way that the team is run and coached these guys are going nowhere fast--again. If Revis is smart he'll do whatever it takes to get out of New York even if it means taking a pay cut.
Anything--even Jacksonville or the Houston Astros--would be better than suiting up for the Jets again.