Unless you've managed to avoid all forms of social interaction for the past several weeks, you know that the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are trying to work out a trade involving CB Darrelle Revis. Jets owner Woody Johnson has reportedly decided that paying his best player up to that player's demands is not something in which he's interested, and new GM John Idzik has been tasked with getting a proper return for the game's best CB. The two teams have been attempting to work out a mutually agreeable trade package, while Revis' agents have been pushing their own agenda through the media, trying to get the deal done as soon as possible. One of the factors involved here is the CB's recovery process coming off a torn ACL. So where do things stand in that regard?
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