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Darrelle Revis gets $1 million bonus from New York Jets

The New York Jets might be shopping Darrelle Revis, but he's still getting paid.

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The NFL's top cornerback was last seen chilling in Paris and tweeting pictures from his visits. Since then, a cool $1 million has been deposited into his bank account for a roster bonus that kicked in at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, NFL.com's Albert Breer reported. (I don't know for sure that Revis has direct deposit, but I don't think he has to show up in New Jersey with identification to collect the check.)

The rumors continue to swirl about an eventual landing spot since the Jets are listening to trade offers. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers reportedly are inquiring the most -- as of now. The rumors and trade chatter are expected to ramp up at the NFL Annual Meeting, which begins on Sunday.

Revis also has a $1 million workout bonus coming in June and a $1 million reporting bonus due in July, according to ESPN New York.

Revis might be the cause of some stressful moments here in the states, but he seems relaxed across the pond -- and he just got another stack to blow at the Louboutin store.

Follow Kareem Copeland on Twitter @kareemcopeland.

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