So even though the All-World cornerback finally got the massive contract he's been pleading for via a trade to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Revis isn't done wheeling and dealing. (photo: NYCMarines, Flickr)
According to Uni-Watch.com, Revis dished out $50,000 to acquire his No. 24 from second-year Bucs defensive back Mark Barron.
Not a bad deal for Barron.
Then again, not a bad deal for Revis, who is now making $16 million a year. Barron's entire four-year rookie contract is worth $14.5 million.
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