Jets will understandably ask for an incredibly high price. Revis will understandably not negotiate a long term contract with a new team to be more cap friendly. No team will understandably trade a high price for a one year rental. Quite frankly I wouldn't be that surprised if the highest bid the Jets got was a second. Everyone knows that they have no leverage and are desperate for draft picks, young talent, and getting rid of Revis' contract. I just find it hilarious when Jets fans talk about how they will get two first round picks for a me-first, cap killer cornerback. When they have zero leverage and no one is stupid enough to pay anything significant for a one year rental of a player who is coming off ACL surgery and lateral quickness is hugely important for his position. Jets are stuck with Revis' contract. Told them for years that building in the back end and not in the trenches and giving big money to corners is the quickest way to get your team cap killed. That's akin to giving franchise money to a RG and RT. My hope is that Revis takes a paycut to play for the Patriots for the sole purpose of sticking it to the Jets and help winning us a superbowl. Of course that will never happen as he's proven he's all about the money, but boy would that be hilarious.