NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Revis always has wanted to be a Jet and would like to finish his career with the organization, according to a source close to the player. Also, two sources apprised of the Jets' plans told NFL.com's Albert Breer that the team is expected to explore all of its options with Revis before he becomes a free agent.
With a long-term contract not on the horizon and the team's current salary-cap situation, the idea of a trade would be one of the options considered by the Jets and new general manager John Idzik, according to Breer.
Revis is considered the top cornerback in the NFL and one of the best defensive players regardless of position. He held out in 2010 and signed his current contract with player options for 2014, 2015 and 2016. Revis will turn 28 in July and should want to cash in on a major payday.
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