Darrelle Revis is feeling iffy about his spot on the New York Jets roster this coming season.
Rumors of the cornerback's possible trade have circled despite his recovery from a knee injury that benched him most of last season. One team mentioned was the NFC West powerhouse San Francisco 49ers, the team that lost to the Baltimore Ravens in the Super Bowl in February.
Revis said to Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson of the possible 49ers trade, "Well, you've got to tip your hat off to them for what they have done this past year."
However, Revis isn't taking the trade idea lightly. He said to Robinson that he was one of the best players on the team.
"It really hits home. But it really doesn't matter where I'll be," he added. "I know what I can do. I'm confident in what I do and that's why I'm here at Brett Fisher's [facility] working out now."
Bleacher Report questioned whether or not the Minnesota Vikings, home of star running back Adrian Peterson, would consider taking Revis.
Revis was named AFC Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 and has been in the Pro Bowl four times.