As the Darrelle Revis saga continues, there are few certainties to go on. One is that Revis, who has spent each of his first six seasons with the Jets, would like to remain there. This, according to a person with knowledge of the cornerback's thinking who requested anonymity. The other, is that the Jets have been exploring potential deals that would send him elsewhere. The snag in the latter, though, could be because of the Jets' lack of cooperation with Revis' agents, Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod, according to a report from Yahoo! Sports. The report suggests that while the Jets make calls to field interest in Revis, the teams on the other end need to know about their chances to negotiate a long-term deal, and if Revis wants to play there at all. Per Yahoo!, though, the Jets have not given the agents permission to speak to other teams. "If I'm making this deal, there's a lot of stuff I need to know," an NFC team executive said in the Yahoo! report. "I need to know if he's healthy. I need to know if he wants to play for us. I need to know if I'm going to get a long-term deal or is this one year and we'll see. "But I talk to the Jets and they're like, 'OK, what are you offering?' I can't begin to figure it out."
Lack of cooperation between Jets, agents muddles Darrelle Revis trade situation
Newark Star-Ledger | Mar 11