This is post number 400 for midrdan.
Revis for a 3rd and 6th or Revis for a 4th and Culliver or Revis for a 4th and Rogers. The Jets may be intrigued with Rogers given his reasonable price tag and player control beyond 2013. Any of these scenarios for a one year rental would be fine. The Jets aren't going to get many offers for the guy that would approach any of these deals.
There are two types of teams that will want to pursue him. Either a team on the verge of a championship that looks at 2013 as "the year" or a team that is desperate to make a splash. The former category - GB and ATL among others, likely won't break the bank with a long term deal for him and, thus, won't give up significant draft picks to rent him for the year. The 49ers offer will be comparatively better. The latter category won't give up high draft picks unless they negotiate the long term deal before hand or are just plain stupid. Paging Mark Davis ...
The Jets are in no hurry except for the fact that if they wait beyond this year's draft they will be losing a key player without any replacement for more than a year, which in New York is an eternity. So, assuming that they want to trade him in exchange for picks this year, that would require a team that wanted to sign him long term to work through both the trade and the deal between March 12 and April 26. Not likely. Thus, only short term contenders and stupid teams will be left in the bidding. Paging Mark Davis ...
Of the contenders, the 49ers are in the best position. They have the picks but, more importantly, have the deeper roster to begin with and, no matter what picks in Rounds 2 through 7 they give up, they have other picks in those rounds to offset the loss. Not too many other contenders are in our position. So if Revis signs with another contender they actually lose ground to the 49ers in the talent race over the next 2-3 years. If the contender stupidly breaks the bank for Revis - that team will have to shed more talent eventually to pay for that, losing more ground to the 49ers over the next 2-3 years. So the 49ers win if they get him and, weirdly, may win if another contender signs him.
If a non-contending team breaks the bank on him just to make a splash (i.e. the stupid teams) then oh well ... at least there's a good chance he's coming to the East Bay.