The Philadelphia Inquirer suggests a rumor that Eagles GM Howie Roseman is "crunching numbers" and "putting together an offer" to acquire Darrelle Revis.  New York is reportedly "determined" to trade Revis prior the the draft, so it makes sense to at least inquire about the all-pro corner.

In the article, Eagles Beat writer Jeff McLane speculates Philly could package the No. 35 overall pick with a future selection to entice the Jets.  The Eagles have a plenty of cap space to meet Revis' contract demands.

One question would be are the Eagles going to be gun-shy to bring in the all-pro corner who is coming off an ACL injury.  Darrelle Revis ran on a treadmill Thursday for the first time since tearing his left ACL in September.

Revis is also working on change-of-direction drills and "on pace" to run outside in 4-6 weeks. Jets GM John Idzik recently called Revis "ahead of schedule." He's targeting 100 percent participation on the first day of training camp.