Dominik, of course, was the Buccaneers’ primary personnel decision-maker when the team traded for Revis in 2013.
What does Dominik think will happen with Revis this offseason?
“I think Revis stays in New England, and I think you’re going to see Revis on a more marginal deal,” Dominik said Tuesday on ESPN Radio’s “Mike and Mike” program.
“I think when you say marginal, look, I know how important winning was for Darrelle Revis. I think as a player, once you get that elixir that your feel you realize it’s not all about anything else. I think he’s looking for a home, and I think he felt like home was there.
“I think Revis stays at a reasonable rate, whether that’s the $12 to $14 [million per year]. Maybe it’s more the $12 million for five years, at $60 million, and it’s done.
“I think New England is going to get a discount, and I think it’s going to be hard for Revis to not want to stay there.”
EXTRA POINT: Dominik's scenario comes in below our own projected market for Revis.