An Allegheny County Courthouse judge dismissed all charges against free-agent cornerback Darrelle Revis today, stemming from an alleged street fight in February. Revis had been charged with two counts of aggravated assault, one count of making terroristic threats, one count of robbery, and one count of conspiracy to…
If you’re keeping score at home, the New York Jets have now rid themselves of their 2016 starters at the following positions: QB, LT, C, RT, CB1, K, WR1. And they might not be done yet.
Darrelle Revis is a Hall of Fame-caliber cornerback who was a first-team All-Pro just two seasons ago. His play has declined precipitously since then, and today, the Jets cut him loose just two years after he had signed a megadeal to return to Florham Park.
Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has been charged with two counts aggravated assault, one count making terroristic threats, one count robbery, and one count conspiracy to commit aggravated assault following his alleged involvement in a street fight in Pittsburgh early Monday morning.
Late last night, New York Daily News Jets beat writer Manish Mehta reported that an anonymous “confidant” of Darrelle Revis’s had told Mehta that Revis wishes to retire. Here is the exact quote as it appeared in Mehta’s story:
The Jets won yesterday, beating the Browns, which, okay. That makes two in a row for New York, which has slightly eased the suffering caused by a particularly disastrous four-game losing streak that triggered the brief return of Geno Smith. Still, you wouldn’t exactly call the victory over the Browns ... encouraging.…
Darrelle Revis, on the Mark Sanchez-era Jets: “We almost made it [to the Super Bowl], and we didn’t have a quarterback.”
Darrelle Revis is back with the Jets after a successful year in New England, but his season as Tom Brady’s teammate hasn’t disposed him toward sympathy for the Patriots or their quarterback.
Darrelle Revis has lost his patience with Patriots fans who are upset about his return to the New York Jets.
According to ProFootballTalk, the Jets filed tampering charges today against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who spoke at the NFL owners meetings yesterday about former-Patriot and current-Jet Darrelle Revis. Kraft told CSNNE that the Patriots made two competitive offers to Revis and had hoped to retain him,…
Darrelle Revis is returning to the Jets, and he isn't coming cheap. Nor should he! He's far and away the best corner in the game—maybe by a larger extent than anyone else is the best at their position—and he's getting paid like it, the latest in what has shaken out to be a series of brilliant career decisions on…
According to a tweet from his agents, cornerback Darrelle Revis has signed with the Jets, who he played for from 2007 to 2012:
Peter, you big galoot! That's not the real Ian Rapoport. (Darrelle Revis remains unsigned.)
Doug Baldwin commemorated his Super Bowl lead-extending touchdown catch by pretending either to poop out the football, or on it. (It's not clear which, but no one saw it anyway; NBC's director cut away in time, warned by the voice of his vigilant dead mother. Thankfully, it was filmed from the stands.) But the bigger…
Bill Belichick sent Darrelle Revis home yesterday for being late to practice. Despite violating the Patriot Way, however, Revis's desire to play football remained, because he showed up on time today. [Boston Globe]
Warning: this video of Tom Brady's, Darrelle Revis's, and Bill Belichick's faces teaming up to sing "We Built This City" cannot be unseen.