PHOENIX (AP) - New York Jets coach Rex Ryan says the team is not actively pursuing a trade of star cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Speaking at the NFL owners meetings Tuesday, Ryan says it is not a foregone conclusion that the Jets will deal Revis, who is unhappy with his contract. But Ryan acknowledges any team will listen if another club calls about acquiring any player.
Revis missed most of last season with a left knee injury, but when healthy is considered the best cornerback in the league. He earned a $1 million roster bonus on Saturday.
Ryan acknowledges ``as a coach, you coach who is on your football team.'' He didn't say if he expects Revis to be a member of the Jets for the 2013 season.

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