Darrelle Revis is out on the open market, and a familiar foe may end up being the team to snatch him up. According to Menish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets have talked about a potential reunion with Revis.
The Daily News has learned that the Jets and the Darrelle Revis camp have discussed the possibility of a reunion one year after a bitter divorce sent the All-Pro cornerback to Tampa.
It’s unknown whether the communication between the parties will ultimately lead to a reconciliation, according to sources, but the Jets are in need of an established cornerback after releasing Antonio Cromartie earlier this week.
Pats fans have been anxiously waiting for news of New England signing Revis all day, but if he were to sign with New York, this would cap off a horrible two day free agency stretch for the Patriots. Losing Aqib Talib to rival is one thing, but losing out on an even better player to your arch-rival is in a whole different ballpark.
However this is obviously not official, as right now rumors are flying all over the place regarding Revis, and his potential suitors.