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Posts Tagged ‘Darrelle Revis.’

As expected, Revis traded to Buccaneers; Jets receive draft picks in return

Darrelle Revis (photo by Jeff Kern via wikipedia commons)

The much-rumored trade of Darrelle Revis became reality on Sunday.

The New York Jets traded their shut-down cornerback to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 2013 Number 13 overall draft pick and a 2014 pick.

The 2014 pick for the Jets will be a conditional one, either a third or fourth rounder.

Revis has agreed to a new contract consisting of six-years, $96 million and no guaranteed money.

New England Patriots WR Randy Moss moves into 150 TD club

Wide receiver Randy Moss became the fourth player in National Football League history to reach 150 career touchdowns with sensational one-handed 34-yard catch on Sunday in a loss to the New York Jets in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Randy Moss a member of 150 TD club (NFL)

New England quarterback Tom Brady threw the ball to Moss, who reached up, grabbed the pass over his shoulder with his right hand, with Darrelle Revis behind him and had a touchdown without using his left hand. The scoring play came with 53 seconds left in the half.

Moss is the second wide receiver to have reached the 150 career touchdown mark. Moss has 149 touchdowns on pass receptions and one on a punt return. He trails Jerry Rice (208), Emmitt Smith (175) and LaDainian Tomlinson (153).

compiled from NFL & New England Patriots news

Revis, Jets agree to 4-year deal

The famous Revis Island is open again for all wide receivers to try to get past to the end zone. Now it is open again, the New York Jets see themselves headed to the Super Bowl.

The Jets and their All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis agreed to a four-year contract earlier in the week, before the team’s regular season opener, next Monday night against Baltimore at the New Meadowlands Stadium.

Darrelle Revis New York Jets (NFL)

The Jets didn’t disclose the financial terms, but several newspapers and broadcast reports have his deal being worth $46 million, including $32 million guaranteed.

Revis is nicknamed “Revis Island” because of his ability to shut down some the NFL’s top receivers. Revis, who lives in South Florida, ends his 36-day holdout with the New York Jets.

Revis began his holdout August 1, when the Jets reported to training camp in Cortland, New York. He has accumulated $600,000 in fines for sitting out training camp. The team has said that matter will be handled internally by the team and not through the press.

compiled from staff, wire, NFL & New York Jets news

Former Buckeye Mangold has new contract making him highest-paid center

Nick Mangold received his reward for hard-work in one of football’s non-glorified positions.

The New York Jets’ two-time Pro Bowl center became the highest-paid player at his position on Tuesday, signing a seven-year deal with the New York Jets that could be worth up to $55 million.

The news pact includes over $22 million in guarantees against injury according to published reports in the media.

Nick Mangold New York Jets (NFL)

The former Ohio State Buckeye was on schedule to earn $3.3 million in the final year of his five-year rookie contract. The new deal surpasses the one signed in 2009 by St. Louis center Jason Brown, whose five-year contract was worth $37.5 million including $20 million guaranteed.

The Jets have now signed two of their four key, core, young players to long-term deals including Pro Bowl left tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson to a six-year, $60-million in July.

The team still has to work new deals for CB Darrelle Revis and linebacker David Harris.

compiled from staff, wire, New York Jets & NFL news