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Thread: Report: Woody Johnson wants to explore a Darrelle Revis trade

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    Trade Report: Woody Johnson wants to explore a Darrelle Revis trade

    Jets owner Woody Johnson is reportedly interested in trading the teamís most valuable asset, cornerback Darrelle Revis.
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...e-revis-trade/
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    Trade Revis on the trading block. Would you?

    Report: Woody Johnson wants to explore a Darrelle Revis trade

    Posted by Michael David Smith on January 23, 2013, 7:58 PM EST
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    Jets owner Woody Johnson is reportedly interested in trading the teamís most valuable asset, cornerback Darrelle Revis.
    Johnson has expressed a desire to trade Revis, Jason La Canfora of CBS reports. La Canfora attributes the report to unnamed sources with knowledge of the situation. Itís possible that Johnson floated the idea in conversations with prospective general managers during the search that ultimately led to the Jets hiring John Idzik.
    Revis is owed $6 million this year, which is a good deal if Revis is healthy and back to being the NFLís best cornerback. But itís Johnson could be worried that Revis will struggle to regain his old form in his recovery from a torn ACL. And La Canfora also reports that Johnson thinks Revis is going to want a lot more money after the 2013 season, when he can become an unrestricted free agent, and that the Jets might be better off getting something for him now than getting nothing for him a year from now.
    If the Jets are resigning themselves to the idea that it will take a full year to fix the mess that was the 2012 season, then trading Revis could be the way to begin the rebuilding.

    6mil is not bad, IF he can return to his former self. I would trade for him in a heartbeat. Hard to tell what they would want for him....ESPECIALLY from us. Probably our 1st rd picks through 2020 or something stupid like that. lol. What would you give up for a corner like Revis?
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    I doubt they'd be open to trading him within the division. Moderate risk, very high reward, I say yes. Would love to have a good corner who mauls WRs and never gets called for pass interference
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    I would make a phone call. Why not?
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    jake long here? love the double standard. Didnt he get hurt late two years ago? lol
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    Yes, I would. However there is one obstacle in the way of the Jets slamming down the hammer on this one...WE ARE THE DOLPHINS...



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    Nope, gets paid far too much and they wouldnt trade him to us anyway.
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    they just might be dumb enough to trade him to us... you can have the #12 pick
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    Yes....without question. No reason he shouldn't come back and play at an extremely high level. Its no secret that after his injury is when the Jets defense(team) started to fall. You can do so much with a DB of Revis's talent.
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    They would never trade him to us, and I'm not sure I would want to give up what would be required after an ACL tear.
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