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Report: Darrelle Revis wants to stay on New York Jets

Our daily spin around the Darrelle Revis Wheel of Speculation and Misinformation has landed us on a different section of the rumor circle.

Citing unnamed sources close to Revis, the New York Post reported Thursday morning that the cornerback does not want to be traded from the New York Jets.

"He wants to remain a Jet," a source said. "He has never asked to be traded."

Revis' people clearly are trying to moonwalk away from the cornerback's poorly timed appearance on Michael Robinson's web-based show, where he said it would be "awesome" to win a Super Bowl with the San Francisco 49ers.

Sure, Revis still wants to be a Jet. He also wants to get paid -- somewhere around $16 million per season.

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General manager John Idzik is doing his due diligence to improve the Jets, while at the same time denying he is shopping Revis. All reported suitors deny they are, in fact, suitors. And Revis wants to stay in New York, even with a poorly stacked team suffering financial hardships.

The wheel will keep spinning -- probably again tomorrow morning, or later today, or in seven minutes. We'll update you on the nauseating ride until the wheel finally comes unhinged.

Follow Kevin Patra on Twitter @kpatra.

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