The Jets have a good trade offer on the table for Darrelle Revis that, according to a league source, would satisfy both them and Revis, according to Pro Football Talk. The other team involved was not identifed. The website also said another source indicated the Revis camp remains in the dark. Revis’ agents, Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod, have not been given permission by the Jets to attempt to land the megadeal they are seeking for Revis. Jets owner Woody Johnson refused to discuss the Revis conundrum following a press conference at 30 Rock yesterday regarding the joint NFL-GE concussion initiative. “I’m going to wait until next week, because I want to focus just on concussions and brain injuries today,” Johnson told reporters. It is likely Johnson will look to negotiate terms of a deal with a prospective owwer or owners at next week’s annual meetings. Asked how important Revis is to his franchise, Johnson said: “We’re here to talk about something very, very important — more important than any single player. And that is these traumatic brain injuries.” It’s believed during the annual March get-together, the Jets will make a strong push to work out a deal, possibly with Johnson directly negotiating terms with other owners.
Report: Offer made for Revis
New York Post | Mar 12