Published: Sun, February 19, 2017
Life&Culture | By Kristin Armstrong

Jets cornerback Revis turns self in following fight claims

Jets cornerback Revis turns self in following fight claims

Former Tampa Bay Bucs' cornerback Darrelle Revis is in trouble, and this time, it isn't because of a blown coverage.

New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis faces five pending charges, including two counts of aggravated assault, after allegedly being involved in a fight with two men last weekend.

Jones also said that Revis retained Jones for pretrial services only and that he removed himself from the case after Friday night.

"He wanted to turn himself in", Jones said according to Goldstein, "he didn't want to be a fugitive from the law".

Another man came to help Revis, and that is when the two men claimed they were punched.

Cousins and Jarvis, ages 22 and 21, were unconscious for 10 minutes.

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The officer observed Cousins with a contusion above his left eyebrow and a one-inch laceration and Jarvis with a contusion on his right cheek.

Last spring, though, he fired his long-time agents, Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod, who negotiated the five-year, $70 million contract that Revis signed with the Jets in 2015 that guaranteed $39 million, a record for a cornerback. That said, the injuries to the two victims - a bruised cheek for one and a fracture near the eye of the other - don't seem to be serious enough to prompt the authorities to move heaven and earth in an effort to secure justice.

Police say Revis took the man's phone, tried to delete the video and then threw the phone into the street. Jones could not be reached for comment on Friday.

According to the criminal complaint document obtained by The Post, Officer Burke of the Pittsburgh Police Department was on foot patrol when he was dispatched to the intersection of East Carson Street and South 23rd Avenue in the South Side Flats section to investigate an assault in which two men were knocked unconscious. Cousins confronted Revis, who acknowledged his identity. Cousins told police that after Revis "pushed him in the chest and told him to get out of his face", Cousins started video recording Revis with his cellphone.

Police said the video "shows Revis walking away from the group and Cousins following him, describing what Revis is wearing". Before this alleged incident, there was speculation that the Jets might cut Revis in a move to save salary cap space.

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