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Bucs still waiting for Jets to pull trigger on Revis trade

Bucs still waiting for Jets to pull trigger on Revis trade

profootballtalk.com nydailynews.com Updated Mar 13, 2013
It’s now clear that, as we reported Tuesday, the Buccaneers are the one team that currently wants to trade for cornerback Darrelle Revis. It remains unclear why the Jets have yet to pull the trigger. Though some continue to insist that the deal still ha
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