Mar
12

Jets Release Pouha, Revis Trade is Imminent

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Jets Release Pouha, Revis Trade is Imminent

The New York Jets released NT Sione Po'uha this morning, clearing up an additional $3.83M of salary cap space. Pouha, who signed a 3-year deal before the 2012 season, was due to have his $4.9M base salary become fully guaranteed on March 15. This move most likely means that the Jets are going to re-sign DL Mike DeVito and move him into Po'uha's position.

Also, according to various sources, the Jets are getting ready to trade CB Darrelle Revis in the next few days. Owner Woody Johnson has no intention of signing Revis to a long-term extension, leaving the team with two options of either trading him now at the right price or see him walk away next year as a free agent.

The Jets are reportedly already have one "good" offer on the table. This offer, however, could go away if the unnamed team that made it will sign a free agent cornerback once the market opens later today.

Tags: darrelle revis, mike devito, sione pouha

Comments

  • Going4TheGreen – 03/12/2013 03:00:37 pm

    Or...the third option of trading him next year before the deadline after he has re-established himself and the sporting world can be refreshed on how good he really is. His value has never been lower than right now. This is in the middle of FA, before the draft where a lot of teams think they can patch up their secondary in other ways. During the season there'll be injuries and things won't shake out like teams expected them to in the offseason. The number of potential suitors can only go up from now also. This is bad management of the situation.

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