Sources tell the New York Daily News the parameters of a long-term deal are not the hang-up in talks between the Jets and Bucs about Darrelle Revis, and that the Bucs would pay Revis between $12-$13 million annually.
Per reporter Manish Mehta, the sides are expected to come to a long-term agreement "without much trouble" if Revis is sent to Tampa. The problem remains Tampa's reluctance to part with the No. 13 pick in next month's draft. ESPN New York reported Tuesday the Jets are in "no rush" to make a move, and willing to wait for 2014 compensation.