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"This wasn’t defiance. It wasn’t anger. It was Darrelle Revis’ reality, how he’s handling his humbling start to the season. This was Revis standing at his locker, answering questions about his poor performance Sunday, about getting torched by A.J. Green for 12 catches and 180 yards in the Jets’ 23-22 loss to the Bengals, and matter-of-factly acknowledging the obvious while also reminding everyone he’s not panicking, either. He had a bad game, but he has had bad games before. This isn’t a new world for the 31-year-old, seven-time Pro Bowl cornerback. “I’ve been through the trenches, and you bounce back,” Revis said after Tuesday’s practice. “That’s all you can do. It’s nothing new to me. “I’m fine. Passes get caught. They’ve been caught on me before. Touchdowns have been scored on me. It’s just getting to the X’s and O’s and things, and just correcting", nypost.com
"Eight months after having their hearts ripped out, the Jets return to the scene of one of the most painful losses in franchise history. Back to Buffalo, site of last season’s 22-17 loss in Week 17 that kept the Jets out of the playoffs and ended a promising season with a thud. “We have a bad taste in our mouth from last year, and I’m sure that will carry into this game,” cornerback Darrelle Revis said Tuesday. It should. Revis was one of the few players to acknowledge that last year’s loss still resonates in the locker room. Most of them trotted out the, “It’s a different year,” line, parroting their coach. But the Jets should have that game in the back of their minds when they take the field Thursday night. The Bills and former coach Rex Ryan embarrassed the Jets that day. It was a loss owner Woody Johnson likened to “indelible ink.” Nothing the Jets do Thursday will erase that loss that will live", nypost.com
"To be fair, Revis is coming off a week where he struggled mightily against the Cincinnati Bengals’ A.J. Green, a receiver who qualifies as one of the most difficult two or three wideout assignments in the NFL. A.J. Green had his way against Darrelle Revis on Sunday. Aside from the Pittsburgh Steelers", sports.yahoo.com
"New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis says there's no timetable for when he will fully practice as he continues to recover from off-season wrist surgery. Revis was injured early last season and played through a torn ligament in his right wrist that required surgery in March. To make room on the roster, the Giants waived receiver Donte Foster and defensive tackle Melvin Lewis. Wide receiver Sammy Watkins and starting defensive tackles Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus won't be ready for the start of training camp. Defensive end Dion Jordan was reinstated by the NFL after sitting out last season for his latest violation of the league's substance abuse policy. Third-string quarterback Taylor Heinicke will start training camp on the active/non-football injury list after severing a tendon in his ankle a few weeks ago. Defensive end and No. 3 overall pick Joey Bosa began his training-camp holdout amid a contract dispute.", www.timesunion.com
"The New York Jets are taking things slowly with Darrelle Revis’ surgically repaired wrist.The star cornerback is uncertain when he might fully practice during training camp after being injured early last season. Revis played through a to", www.dailynews.com
"Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, who has been represented by agents Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod throughout a nine-year career that has seen multiple holdouts and more than a few major paydays, has parted ways with them.", profootballtalk.nbcsports.com
"Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis has fired longtime agents Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod. Schwartz and Feinsod were a thorn in the side of the Jets’ front office for many years, battling former general manager Mike Tannenbaum over contracts. They negotiated several contracts that have made Revis a rich man. He has earned $101 million in his nine-year career, according to Spotrac. The move is shocking because the agents and player always seemed to be a solid team, particularly when it came time to negotiate. “We wish him the best,” Feinsod said Thursday. There were several clashes between the agents and Jets management, none more memorable than the 2010 training camp holdout chronicled on the show “Hard Knocks.” The cameras captured a clandestine meeting between Tannenbaum and Schwartz and Feinsod at the Roscoe Diner and a scene of coach Rex Ryan shouting at the agents when negotiations were stalled. Revis missed all of training camp", nypost.com
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