Holdout Hiatus: Darrelle Revis To Return To New York on Four-Year Contract Deal

September 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you thought the Brett Favre watch was bad, nothing came close to the month-long holdout that football fans endured this preseason. 
When it comes to torture, Darrelle Revis proved that he could mix and match with the best of them.  After he successfully decided to hold out from returning to organized team activities over the summer, he then went on to spark a nationwide feud, as he was no longer satisfied with being one of the lesser paid cornerbacks in the league.
But finally, this seemingly sad story has come to a close, and what better way to kick off the opening week of football than with a return by America's number one loved cornerback?
Yes, tomorrow will be the day that everything in the football world goes back to normal, at least for the time being.  Darrelle Revis will put pen to paper and sign a four-year deal that will more or less lock him into a satisfying contract, and hopefully calm Rex Ryan down as the outspoken coach will have his full...

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