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SPORTS Tuesday, April 23, 2013

NFL. Jets would be willing to trade down if right trade arises The Jets might not be done wheeling and dealing yet, even with the draft three days away. Just a day after they traded star cornerback Darrelle Revis to the Buccaneers for the No. 13 pick in the draft, the Jets might be looking to move back in a draft short on top talent but relatively deep. The Jets’ original pick in the draft at No. Ready for revenge

9 could be targeted by teams looking to move up, according to one team source familiar with the Jets’ thought process heading into the draft. “Now, with the trade for Revis giving the Jets another pick in the top half of the first round, that ninth pick has emerged as somewhat of a luxury for the team,” the source said. KRISTIAN DYER

Revis calls Idzik, Jets liars on way out door NFL. The former Jet was introduced to Tampa Bay media yesterday. Darrelle Revis is doing his best to make Jets fans get over him quickly. In a confrontational call with media, Revis, the former Jets cornerback who was traded to the Buccaneers on Sunday, sounded off about the deal. “I felt that type of vibe

Season outlook

Week 1 return in Revis’ sights

Revis happy to be in Tampa

Revis wouldn’t answer specific questions about his rehab stage, but he did say he’ll “give it his all” to be ready for Week 1, when the Buccaneers face the Jets at MetLife Stadium. METRO

The Bucs gave up a top pick to get Revis, so they’ll be happy to hear Revis’ commitment to them. “There’s no better place to win than here in Tampa,” he said. METRO



“Why do I think the Jets traded me? I don’t know, maybe you need to ask John Idzik that.” Darrelle Revis said owner Woody Johnson “stayed as far away as he could” at the team facility last week. / JIM MCISAAC, GETTY IMAGES

Darrelle Revis, Buccaneers CB After being asked why he was dealt

that they weren’t truthful,” Revis said. “But I don’t feel anything — it’s over. It happened. I need to move on. This is a new chapter in my life, and that’s that.” Revis couldn’t bring himself to answer diplomatic why he was traded. “I have no idea. I think that’s a question for John Idzik,” he said. “I don’t have that kind of control to say if I stay or go as a player.” He also snidely answered why Jets owner Woody Johnson, who has a penchant for signing big names to big contracts, would want to let the best defensive player in franchise history be dealt. “Am I a Jet anymore?” Revis said. “Well, then that should answer all the questions.”



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