The real question is whether the Jets can find a team willing to pay the price for the star cornerback.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport spoke with two general managers in an effort to get a ballpark price on what the Jets might be able to get for Revis on the trade market. Both GMs believed the Jets might fetch a 2013 first-round pick and a 2014 conditional pick that would be a second-rounder or better.
Given Revis' trade price, contract wishes and uncertain health status, don't be surprised if the Jets struggle to find a dancing partner. At least right now.
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