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In the end, said Jerry Seinfeld, we’re all just rooting for laundry. It’s just that in New York some of it happens to be on fire right now.
It seems that Darrelle Revis paid Mark Barron an insane $50,000 for the number 24 jersey. We’d like to think that they had a clandestine meeting at a diner.
The author of Game of Thrones, George R. R. Martin, is none too pleased with the Darrelle Revis trade, and has destroyed the Jets on his blog. Oh yes, heads will roll. #WinterIsComing
Darrelle Revis Headed To Tampa Bay For A Physical/Blueprints On How To Rebuild A Laughing Stock NFL Franchise
Reports indicate that this deal is going through because Adam Schefter put his ear to the Earth and heard the two front offices mumbling about Darrelle flying down to Tampa for a physical, which could mean one of two things: they’re checking his ACL before they let go of the 13th pick, or he’s getting prepped for breast augmentation surgery. We let you decide after the jump!
The New York Jets introduced new general manager John Idzik Thursday afternoon, but before he even swore the dreaded oath, his first red flag already presented itself. All-pro corner Darrelle Revis was publicly dismayed at the rumors swirling that the team was looking to trade him.
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Seriously bad news for Jets fans, Jets defense fantasy owners, and people who like to see great football players stay healthy enough to play football: Darrelle Revis will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL.
No, this is not a repost or a prank. Darrelle Revis is once again suggesting holdout. You may remember Revis also staged a contract holdout back in 2010. While it hasn’t been long since his last one, it’s also hard to blame Revis.
So, the Jets lost yesterday. That loss assured the team of not reaching the playoffs. The Jets are really, really not happy about this, and that’s to be expected. But the Jets do things – including anger – bigger and louder than most teams.