If you are a Jets fan who has grown tired of hearing about the Darrelle Revis saga and whether he gets traded, remains with the team under the same contract or gets the new mega-millions deal he wants please raise your hand.

Barring a panic move by the Jets, Revis is not likely to be going anywhere any time soon — nor is he getting the $16 million per-year contract he wants to make him the NFL’s highest-paid defensive player.

Unless the Jets, who are clearly in the market to at least listen to trade offers for their best player, find a team willing to give them proper value for Revis (let’s start with a No. 1 and No. 3 draft pick and go from there), the Jets and Revis have little choice but to chill out and let the process play itself out.

Revis, who suffered a torn ACL in his left knee early last season, is still rehabbing and no one will know whether he’s able to return to his elevated form until he plays again. That won’t take place until late summer at the earliest.

In the meantime, neither side has immediate leverage on the other.

Revis, by language in his current contract, is forbidden to hold out or the final three years of his contract trigger in and he must remain with the team at $3 million per year through 2016. And, per Revis’ contract terms, the Jets cannot place a franchise tag on him after the 2013 season to keep him an extra year.

As for the Jets finding a team to give them market value for Revis, what team is going to part ways with a No. 1 pick and more when Revis will be a free agent after the 2013 season?

Also, what team is going to part ways with those draft picks and make Revis the NFL’s highest-paid defensive player before there is evidence that Revis is still Revis post knee surgery and rehab?

Another factor complicating a Jets trade of Revis is the uncertainty of the salary cap, which has a lot of teams financially strapped and unable to offer Revis the big contract he wants.