Darrelle Revis has started to realize that he may not finish his career with the Jets.
The perennial Pro Bowl cornerback discussed his future with Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson in a YouTube video posted on Monday, including trade rumors that have dominated the Jets’ offseason.
The Daily News reported last week that new general manager John Idzik didn’t meet with Revis’ representatives at the NFL Scouting Combine as he quietly shopped him to other teams.
“This hit home,” Revis told Robinson in the Real Rob Report from the cornerback’s training facility in Arizona. “This definitely hit home especially being one of the best players out there and come to find out you’re getting shopped. It really hits home. But my main focus is it really doesn’t matter where I be at, I know what I can do. I’m confident in what I do… whether it be there with the New York Jets or if it be with another team, I have to do what I have to do and play ball… and do my services with that team.”
Idzik told season-ticket holders on a conference call Monday that Revis, who had season-ending left ACL surgery more than four months ago, is “ahead of schedule” in his rehab. However, Revis’ future with the only team he has played for remains in doubt. The 49ers, who have 12 tradeable picks in the upcoming draft, were linked to Revis last week, but sources told The News no deal was imminent.
“You’ve got to tip your hat off to them to what they did this past year,” Revis said of the 49ers. “This is a team with a great coach — (Jim) Harbaugh — and great players on their team. They did it without me last year. So, for me, looking at their roster and their team, I would just be an addition to help them win that trophy. Would it be awesome? I mean, yeah.


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