The sweat-soaked debris was scattered on the floor all around Darrelle Revis.

His helmet. His cleats. The shoulder pads he had peeled off.

The former Jet sat alone in front of his locker in the muffled quiet of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' locker room just down the tunnel from where he once called home.

But he felt nothing he claimed. No feelings regarding his return to MetLife Stadium. No feelings concerning the former teammates he faced for the first time since his April trade. All he felt was a little excitement over his return to the field since tearing the ACL in his left knee on Sept. 23 2012.

Revis apparently had left all of his emotions involving the Jets behind Sunday following his former team's 18-17 comeback victory much like the sweaty undershirt that still sat in front of his locker.

"No man [no emotions]. My thing is just going out there and focusing on what we need to do as a team and me being a Buccaneer now" said Revis who was dealt to Tampa Bay for a pair of draft picks including the 13th overall selection (Sheldon Richardson) in April's draft.