The Jets praised cornerback Darrelle Revis from the scouting combine late last week. But team brass never met with the irked All-Pro’s representatives in Indy, according to the Daily News.
It boils down to this: this is none of Revis’ concern. Rehab, get ready to play. That’s his job. The contract? That’s his agent’s job. Trades? That’s up to the GM.
Darrelle Revis says he’s told the Jets “numerous times” that he wants to stay in New York. But there’s persistent speculation the team will attempt to trade the four-time Pro Bowl cornerback this offseason.
Revis had quite a bit to say about being rendered speechless by reports that the Jets were going to attempt to trade him during the offseason.
The symbolism is always endless around the Jets. And trading Darrelle Revis could raise more than doubts. It could fly a white flag for years.
Nets fans, snap out of that recurring Dwightmare.
Where Dwight Howard goes, drama follows. And yes, there’s still talk of the controversial center taking his baggage to Brooklyn.
Mark Sanchez is no longer the face of the Jets. He could soon be a former member of the team. And Tim Tebow might even beat him out the door.
Some things take a village to build. It may take an entire nation to put poor Mark Sanchez back together again.
I assure you that in a year or two, you’ll look at the R.A. Dickey trade as a watershed moment for the Mets.
The prevalent theory is usually to sell high on a stock when you can. Time will tell whether the dividend pays off.
“Thank you for making me feel wanted,” R.A. Dickey tweeted just before the official trade announcement.
Count Monday as a Mets win, even though sometimes even winning involves a modicum of pain.
R.A. Dickey won 20 games last year and the Cy Young Award. So of course the Mets are talking about trading him to the Toronto Blue Jays.
So the Mets won’t meet R.A. Dickey’s asking price and potential trade partners won’t meet New York’s trade demands. Something’s got to give.