dglobalnews.com NFL says Revis not facing discipline after February arrest
Published: Tue, May 23, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

NFL says Revis not facing discipline after February arrest

NFL says Revis not facing discipline after February arrest

Free agent cornerback Darrelle Revis is not expected to face any discipline by the National Football League after an incident in Pittsburgh back in February.

"ESPN.com contacted officials from four different teams â?? a head coach, a team executive, a personnel director and a scout â?? and the consensus is there's no market for Revis because of a significant decline last season and whispers about his commitment", Rich Cimini wrote Monday.

The veteran cornerback saw a Pittsburgh judge drop felony assault charges levied against him in March, and the National Football League concluded its investigation two months later.

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The Jets cut Revis, who was a $15.3-million salary-cap charge, on March 9. The NFL reportedly continued their own investigation after the legal matter was resolved, but they also found no wrongdoing. Early in the offseason, several reports claimed that Revis may be headed for a reunion with the New England Patriots, where he won a Super Bowl ring in 2014. Revis' childhood friend, Rashawn Bolton, testified that he threw the punches that knocked out the two men to defend Revis. The Jets released him two years into a five-year deal, and no team has emerged as a serious suitor for what would be a bounce-back attempt from the potential Hall of Fame cornerback.

It will be interesting to see what team Revis signs with if he ends up signing with a team. "I wouldn't let him play for me for free".

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