Darrelle Revis was asked yesterday about his contract and Revis chose to focus on his need to get his rehab finished up.
“Right now I’m not even focused on that, I gotta get this knee back to 100 percent,” Revis said today at Florham Park. “That’s all I’m focused on is rehabbing and we’ll go from there. When the time comes (the team and I) will talk, there’s not too much else to say.”
Brian Bassett, theJetsBlog.comIt’s one of the unexpected twists of the firing of the team’s GM. It’s going to be hard for Darrelle Revis to walk into the new GM’s office and request a new contract. Woody Johnson would know full well what the larger situation is and what if anything was promised — it of course would be up to them to let the new GM whatever promises they’d like to keep. This will increase the likelihood that Revis will play on the final year of his deal and not renegotiate until he gets through the 2013 season. So close to free agency, it’s really going to be up to Revis to