Darelle Revis’ Approach Does Not Make Sense

June 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Jets like to think of Darrelle Revis as a consummate professional.
They describe him as a go-getter. Rex Ryan mentions how he never takes plays off when he is out on the field. He talks about how his cornerback will block or cover the receivers.
Ryan thinks highly of Revis, to the point he wants his cornerback to be a vocal leader. The Jets coach requests Revis to talk on the sidelines and get in his teammates' faces.
Revis steps up against the elite receivers. His impact showed in the postseason, when Chad Johnson and Vincent Jackson struggled to catch the ball.
Revis doesn't do anything that embarrasses the organization. He brings character to this organization.
This is why it's surprising to see Revis conduct himself badly these last few weeks. He has been griping about his contract situation.
Revis wants to be the highest paid cornerback in the league. He pointed out Mike Tannenbaum, told him that he is the best cornerback in the league, and told h...

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