March 13, 2013
The recent media frenzy over coveted cornerback Darrelle Revis being traded to the San Francisco 49ers is more about the public obsession with super-star dream teams, than reality. No matter how poorly these teams that are built of super-stars perform, from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Los Angeles Lakers, our infatuation never ceases and we can't help but foaming at the mouth over their potential.
The New York Jets would like to move Revis, before the draft, as he is in the final year of his contract and will undoubtedly demand top dollar for his talents next offseason. This ties the hands of the now rebuilding franchise due to a clause in his current contract restricting him from being slapped with the franchise tag. It would be a hard pill to swallow for the Jets if they were not able to receive any compensation for the consensus best cover corner in football. However, the 49ers are on record that they are not interested, and are not in contact with the Jets. Trent Baa...