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

Jets' Revis Turns Himself In to Pittsburgh Police


For all of the business instincts that Revis has shown throughout his career while strategically cashing in on the National Football League market - groomed by his financially-savvy uncle, former Pro Bowl D-tackle Sean Gilbert - a bodyguard also makes good business sense.

There are conflicting versions of what happened.

Here's a video of Revis turning himself in to Pittsburgh police.

When Revis noticed the recording in progress, Cousins said Revis pulled the phone from Cousins' hand and attempted to delete the video. Another 21-year-old male from Ross Township attempted to help the 22-year-old retrieve the cellphone.

Darrelle Revis is no longer a wanted man.

"There are two sides to the quarter", Revis' attorney, Blaine Jones, said Thursday.

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That said, the conspiracy count could bring all of the alleged aggressors (Revis and at least one other person) within the bubble of responsibility.

Nathan Watt, a witness, told police that after the two men were knocked down, Revis said to him, "I got more guys coming". CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported Thursday night that many NFL executives are wondering if Revis will retire if the Jets cut him. "He was 1,000-percent the victim".

"Darrelle was by himself when he was physically assaulted by one of the men", Jones continued. It will be hard, to say the least, to prove that Revis assaulted anyone without evidence that, you know, he did. "The video then shows Revis standing in front of the White Eagle Bar, saying, 'Why are you following me?' several times before the video stops". "Darrelle Revis did not initiate any of the physical contact in the situation".

Revis, 31, is a four-time all-pro and a former Super Bowl champion with the New England Patriots. But his future with the team is unclear.

All things considered (including the notion that the alleged "robbery" resulted simply from the notion that Revis took away the cell phone that was being used to create video), this doesn't feel like the kind of incident that will result in the investment of significant prosecutorial and judicial resources.

All of that fueled much speculation that Revis, due a $13 million salary and $2 million roster bonus (and $6 million remaining in his guarantees), would soon become a salary cap casualty.

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