The Denver Broncos want to add Jets CB Darelle Revis to their secondary, according to ESPN. Denver wants to upgrade their right cornerback opposite future hall-of-famer Champ Bailey, and the disgruntled Jets CB could certainly be a trade option for the team.

The Falcons, Buccaneers, Lions and 49ers have also been linked to a Revis deal.  

"None of the trade talks matter if I am not healthy and back to All-Pro form," Revis told NFL Network in February. While trading for Revis would be costly enough (possibly a first-round draft pick and other players and/or picks), the restructuring of his contract would also come into play for whatever team decided to roll the dice on the perennial Pro-Bowler. Sources believe that Revis could command as much as $15 million a year, a steep price for any superstar, especially for one who is coming off a serious injury.

Former Indianapolis Colts GM believes that the deal should come down to Revis' health.

"I can't predict what's going to happen, but I can tell you what's going to drive the decision, and that's the medical," Polian said.

The Broncos recently visited with Dunta Robinson on Friday before he signed a three-year contract with the Chiefs, so it's obvious the team is looking around for a replacement, but could they really afford to make a move for Revis?

The Tampa Bay Bucaneers certainly could, as the team currently has around $30 million in free cap space. The Buccaneers' pass defense finished finished 31st in total defense despite boasting the league's top-ranked run defense, so they will likely be among the chase for the duration of the Revis trade rumors.

Revis will want to get out as soon as possible if he is keen on leaving New York, as other CB free agents Sean SmithAqib Talib, or Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie could end up signing with any of these teams and dry up his potential market value.