CBS' Jason La Canfora reports the Jets will "explore" Darrelle Revis' trade market.
According to La Canfora, owner Woody Johnson has "strong reservations" about the team's ability to extend Revis beyond the final year of his contract next season, and wants to "attempt to land value for Revis now, rather than risk losing him" in free agency. It's a sign the Jets are serious about rebuilding and addressing their cap issues, but it would be strange timing to trade Revis, as he's coming off a torn ACL. Selling low on your best player isn't recommended in any sport. However, a clause in Revis' contract prevents the Jets from using on him, so the danger of losing him next winter is real. Even coming off a major knee injury, interest in Revis should be robust if he's really made available.