While speculation swirls about the future of CB Darrelle Revis in New England, knowing there’s a $25M cap charge on the second (team option) year of his contract with the Patriots, Revis himself is unsure of how things will play out.
That according to ESPN Boston’s Mike Reiss, who secured comment from Revis in the aftermath of the Patriots’ Super Bowl victory. It’s clear his thoughts about his future haven’t gotten that far yet.
“The offseason will weigh itself out,” Revis told Reiss immediately after the game. “I’m just so happy for us as a team, accomplishing the ultimate goal, winning the Super Bowl. I have a great team on my side and we’ll figure my future out in the offseason.”
New England does have a track record of not overpaying for players, so the speculation is that the Patriots will try to come to a revamped agreement to keep Revis in the fold.
There was speculation during Super Bowl week that if Revis and the Patriots could not reach an accord if a revamped contract was necessary that reuniting with former head coach Rex Ryan in Buffalo was a possibility as was a potential return to the New York Jets.
Jets are expected to pursue free-agent-to-be CB Darrelle Revis to see if they can bring him back to New York, per sources.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 1, 2015
Tags: Darrelle Revis, Rex Ryan
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