If we could get.him for one first round pick do it asap
Hey Junc, looks like you might lose your best player.... that being said, i would love to see him in miami.. send the 2nd rd pick we got for Vontae. Revis will want big $$$ though.
No thanks. They are looking to get rid of his salary cus he is damaged goods and they need free cash. Let them suffer.
1. Melvin Gordon RB
2. Bernardrick McKinney ILB
3. Steve Nelson CB
4. John Miller G
5. Adrian Amos FS
5. Kenny Bell WR
I haven't seen this on the site so forgive me if it's been posted. I heard today on ESPN that the Jets are seriously considering parting ways with the best cornerback in football. Could it be that he's not bouncing back from his injury quickly enough? I'm not sure if they would trade him to an AFC rival or on what basis he may be available but I'd be interested in hearing some opinions of the Dolphin faithful.
You probably didn't see it cause every time someone makes this thread it probably got moved shortly after. I'm sure Miami is interested as is the rest of the league but no way I see any kind of trade talks between Jets and Dolphins.
Darrelle Revis - DB - Jets
SI's Peter King gets the sense executive VP John Elway will try hard to convince Broncos owner Pat Bowlen that Darrelle Revis is the missing piece in Denver.
The Broncos currently have plenty of cap room, but with LT Ryan Clady still needing a new deal some of that will obviously evaporate. Still, it's not hard for teams to work around this issue. As we saw in the Divisional Round loss to the Ravens, Champ Bailey just can't hang with the deep speed threats at receiver anymore. Adding Revis to handle the opposing team's No. 1 receiver and taking some pressure off Bailey would be a nice upgrade. What Elway wants, Elway usually gets. A first- and second-round pick is said to be the Jets' asking price. King mentions the Chiefs and 49ers as other possible Revis suitors. This is pure speculation at this point.