Don’t get rid of that Darrelle Revis Jets jersey just yet.

The Jets are not committed to trading Revis as has been reported, The Post has learned. According to a league source, the Jets are listening to trade offers, but not actively shopping the All-Pro cornerback and there is a thought within the organization that he could still be a member of the 2013 team.

The Jets have received several trade proposals, but none of them has been strong enough to motivate the Jets into making the move and the team does not think any trade is imminent. That is not to say a team couldn’t make an offer today that blows the Jets away, but that proposal had not been made as of last night.

The Buccaneers have made an offer, according to another source, but it does not appear the offer is good enough to push new general manager John Idzik into trading the player widely considered the best cornerback in football.

Revis is entering the final year of his four-year, $46 million deal and is believed to be seeking a long-term contract that pays him around $15-16 million a year. There have been no negotiations between the Jets and Revis, according to several sources. Revis is due a $1 million roster bonus Saturday if he is still on the Jets roster, but the Jets are not going to rush trading their best player over that.