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Darrelle Revis’ advice to Aaron Rodgers on potential Jets trade

Jets legend Darrell Leavis gives advice to Aaron Rodgers if he chooses to play for the Jets.

“Come with humility” he told TMZ Sports Amid swirling trade rumors surrounding Rogers.

The Jets are floating around as a potential destination for the veteran quarterback. He had previously worked with Green Bay’s newly hired offensive his coordinator Nathanial Hackett. Gang Green also has a new roster with corner Source Gardner and receiver Garrett Wilson both winning Rookie of the Year awards. Both moved to poke Rogers on social media.

Reavis, 37, appears to be in favor of Rodgers leading his former team into the season ahead. The newly elected Hall of Famer acknowledged that New York can be a tough sports space to step into, but Rodgers believes he can “outlast the storm” and believes “it can be done.” I advise you to accept this city as much as possible.


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Six of the Jets’ 10 losses last season were by 8 points or less. Reavis believes Rodgers can help the Jets finish those types of games.

“I think he has a weapon in every position,” Reavis said. “As a Jets fan, as a Jet enthusiast, I get to see some high-scoring games. I get to see some big wins.”

“Having a superstar quarterback in Rodgers will definitely allow him to put points on the board very quickly, which can make the defense more consistent and more explosive.” he added.

Rodgers, 39, returned Thursday from a dark retreat that included spending four days and four nights in an isolation room in hopes of getting clarity on his future in the NFL.


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Jets legend Darrell Revis
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Reavis, a seven-time professional bowler who spent eight of his 11 seasons in New York and was a Super Bowl champion with the Patriots in 2015, joked that Rodgers went to “Revis Island” during his playing days. As long as the quarterback’s methods are in the best interest of him in making decisions about his future.

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