Whether Rex Ryan cops to it or not, the New York Jets are looking to trade Darrelle Revis.
The real question is whether the Jets will find a team willing to pay the price for the star cornerback.
During an Wednesday appearance on "NFL Total Access," NFL.com's Ian Rapoport said the San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons are not interested in Revis, despite reports connecting Revis to the teams.
The Falcons are focusing on their own free agents, while a Niners source gave a succinct summation of the reports: "Don't believe any of that crap."
Rapoport also spoke with two general managers in an effort to get a ballpark price on what Revis might command on the trade market. Both GMs believed the Jets could get back a 2013 first-round pick as well as a 2014 conditional pick that will be at least a second-rounder.
Given Revis' trade price, contract wishes, and uncertain health status, don't be surprised if the Jets struggle to find a dancing partner.