Chad Ochocinco has vacillated between reverting his last name to Johnson or keeping his current moniker.
"I want Chad to come here and play for us, to be a Jet," Revis told New York Metro reporter Kristian Dyer in the days leading up to the Super Bowl. "I've been in his ear a lot about it this week. ... I think he could do well here. I've been telling him to come here."
There might not be enough microphones or footballs to go around.
The Jets already are considered a media paradise with colorful personalities such as head coach Rex Ryan, linebacker Bart Scott and Antonio Cromartie. The club provides regular access to owner Woody Johnson and general manager Mike Tannenbaum. They generate never-ending storylines.
But Ochocinco, too? That would be something.
From a football perspective, though, I'm not sure how much sense it would make unless the Jets can't afford to keep their receiving corps intact.
Tannenbaum said on a conference call last week he wants to re-sign free agents Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards and Brad Smith for 2011. Jerricho Cotchery and tight end Dustin Keller are under contract.
So is Ochocinco, for that matter. But he appears to be headed for a Cincinnati Bengals divorce.
He has been diplomatic lately when speaking about his future with the Bengals, but he publicly stated two weeks ago he wanted to play for the Jets or New England Patriots.
The Jets "will make it to this point every year," Ochocinco said on "The T.Ocho Show" on Versus. "I'd do anything to play for someone like Rex Ryan or anyone who has that type of mentality."
A week before that, Ochocinco tweeted a note to Boston Herald reporter Ian R. Rapoport that he wanted to join forces with Bill Belichick.