Posted: 5/31/2014 10:13 AM
“I’m on my career and my journey, and right now, I’m a New England Patriot,” Revis said after taking part in a voluntary on-field workout at Gillette Stadium. “And that’s that.”
The words “right now” were telling, because logic — and the salary cap — dictates the $20 million team option for 2015 in Revis’ deal means this will be the All-Pro cornerback’s lone season in a Patriots uniform.http://nypost.com/2014/05/30/d...or-new-england/
Posted: 5/31/2014 10:23 AM
Posted: 5/31/2014 10:34 AM
football51 wrote: He's just waiting for the Peterson deal to get done so he can tell his agents which deal he likes best(Sherman, Haden, Peterson) and makes sure to top it.
Posted: 5/31/2014 10:43 AM
Jetman55 wrote: football51 wrote: He's just waiting for the Peterson deal to get done so he can tell his agents which deal he likes best(Sherman, Haden, Peterson) and makes sure to top it.As this relates to the Jets...I think Milliner is going to be this good before long. I think in December we saw what 4.37, 6.0, and 32 inch arms (same as Patrick Peterson) can impact a game. If he continues to play like that, which we all hope for, he's going to be in this conversation quickly.
Posted: 5/31/2014 11:55 AM
Posted: 5/31/2014 12:00 PM
broadwayjoe2 wrote: That crazy uncle sure did get Revis paid though didn't he....Providing it doesn't blow up in his face because he gets injured, he's in a prime position to get paid again in 2015.So regardless of whether you agree or disagree with Revis and his negotiation tactics, it seems to have worked well for him up until this point.
Posted: 5/31/2014 12:09 PM
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Posted: 5/31/2014 2:40 PM
football51 wrote: I guess, but I always used to view Revis as a Curtis Martin/Peyton Manning/Ray Lewis type. I never saw them handle their contracts like that. They dealt with the same system Revis is dealing with. I lost repect for him when he faked injury during the 2010 minicamp. The public threats toward the organization. Using the beat writers to carry out his message for him. At that point, he went from Curtis Martin to Pete Kendall in my eyes.
Posted: 5/31/2014 2:48 PM
Posted: 5/31/2014 3:00 PM
Posted: 5/31/2014 3:06 PM
football51 wrote: Here's Revis' #1 fanboy chiming in.Manish Mehta @MMehtaNYDN 2h24=Best in the biz RT @jeffphowe From @kguregian: Brady/Mallett didn't throw a pass in Revis' direction yesterday bostonherald.com/sports/patriot…
Posted: 5/31/2014 3:10 PM
Posted: 5/31/2014 3:15 PM
SackExchange wrote: For Brady to throw to Revis, it would require Captain Checkdown to throw the ball down the field. That is completely against the philosophy of the past decade.
Posted: 5/31/2014 3:19 PM
football51 wrote: SackExchange wrote: For Brady to throw to Revis, it would require Captain Checkdown to throw the ball down the field. That is completely against the philosophy of the past decade.
Posted: 5/31/2014 3:42 PM
Posted: 5/31/2014 3:46 PM
SackExchange wrote: That's part of what makes it such a good pick. When a division rival's offense is based almost entirely on the short passing game to TEs and slot WRs, having a big-hitting safety takes away that game.Not that you pick a guy based on one opponent, but in this copycat league, a lot of teams are following the NE formula.
Posted: 5/31/2014 3:48 PM
Jetman55 wrote:You don't think the Patriots drafted two TEs and transitioned from Welker and Moss to Welker and Edelman to counter Cro and Revis? I think they did...
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