The word around the NFL combine was that the Jets were entertaining trade talk for Darrelle Revis given his $16 million contract, bum ACL and the team's desperate need for a quarterback. But finding a trade partner is easier said than done. Enter the San Francisco 49ers with their multiple draft picks and a hole in their secondary. The chatter about the two teams working up a deal may be early, but it's not too early for SportsNation to break down the ins and outs of this potential blockbuster.

Should Revis bet on himself?

Revis wants big money and a long-term deal, but he's coming off ACL surgery. Would a one-year deal and a Super Bowl win lead to big bucks?


Last piece of the puzzle?

The 49ers came this close to hoisting the Super Bowl trophy last season. They have an exciting young quarterback and a ton of draft picks.


Has he lost a step?

Revis played just two games in 2012 before going down for the rest of the season with a torn ACL. He appears to be on schedule for his rehabilitation.


Fair offer?

The 49ers have 15 picks in this year's draft, the most ever for a team coming off a Super Bowl appearance. Should Jets GM John Idzik take some off their hands?


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