New York was expected to part ways with Tebow this offseason, but so far, there has been little discussion about a possible trade. While Tebow has ties to the state of Florida, there may not be a natural fit for him in Tampa Bay. Josh Freeman is entrenched as the Buccaneers starting quarterback and Tampa Bay re-signed backup quarterback Dan Orlovsky on Tuesday.
With Tebow not in the discussions, a potential Revis deal continues to hinge on whether the Bucs are willing to include their 2013 first-round pick in the deal. New York is reportedly intent on receiving the No. 13 pick in any deal, while Tampa Bay is still deciding whether to include any first-round pick, yet alone the No. 13 pick in the deal.