Darrelle Revis RUMORS & NEWS

  • Darrelle Revis on Ryan Fitzpatrick: We want him back, we want him in this locker room

    New York Daily News "The biggest story at Jets mini-camp is about a man who is not there. It may be June, but Gang Green’s presumed starting quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick, is still unemployed, mired in prolonged — and thus far futile — contract negotiations with the Jets. He’s gotten votes of confidence from many..." June 15

  • Revis proposed salary-cap percentage to Jets in 2010

    Pro Football Talk "As noted earlier, agents have tried to persuade teams to include within top-tier contracts a provision ensuring that the player will receive a percentage of the salary cap in future years. Specifically, per a league source with knowledge of the negotiations, the term was proposed to the Jets..." June 09

  • Jets' Revis parts ways from agents

    The Score "New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis parted ways with his agents, Neil Schwartz and Jon Feinsod, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports. "Jonathan and I wish him the best of luck," Schwartz told Cimini. Schwartz and Feinsod represented Revis for the duration of his nine years in the NFL." May 19

  • Jets: Not aware of Darrelle Revis' wrist injury until last week

    ESPN "So did the New York Jets try to conceal Darrelle Revis' wrist injury during the season? Revis played most of the season with a wrist problem, resulting in surgery on Thursday to repair a torn ligament, but the team didn't become aware of it until a week or so ago, according to general manager..." March 19

  • Darrelle Revis undergoes surgery on right wrist

    ESPN "New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis underwent surgery Thursday morning to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist, the team announced. Revis will be in a hard cast for two to three months, meaning he will be limited -- at best -- during the Jets' offseason program, which begins April..." March 17

  • Re-working Revis' deal could solve Jets' cap woes, but it's risky

    ESPN "When a team wants to restructure a contract to create salary-cap room, the top candidate usually is the player with the biggest cap charge. For instance: Miami Dolphins vice president Mike Tannenbaum mentioned last week he might restructure Ndamukong Suh ($28.6 million cap number). For the Jets,..." January 31