The Ghost Of Darrelle Revis Continued To Hover Over The Jets

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This is an intermediate step to what we hope is an entire career of Darrelle as a Jet," GM Mike Tannenbaum said on a Monday morning conference call, "for him to retire a Jet, for him to hopefully go to the Hall of Fame one day as a Jet and for him to be in our ring of honor."whose frustrations with the sometimes acrimonious negotiations this summer were evident on HBO's Hard Knocks, was clearly elated that the schism between team and player had been closed.

One last-ditch effort to lure Revis back, as Ryan and Jets owner Woody Johnson flew to South Florida on Saturday to meet with the star cornerback. The Jets had previously expressed little optimism that they would be able to strike a deal with Revis in the near future, even as their season opener approached. This is an intermediate step to what we hope is an entire career of Darrelle as a Jet," he said. "For him to retire a Jet, for him to hopefully go to the Hall of Fame one day as a Jet and for him to be in our ring of honor."

The Jets' front office seems willing to take its chances against Baltimore without Revis. The Ravens' passing attack should be improved with the addition of wide receiver Anquan Boldin, but they're not a spread-the-field, air-it-out offense. One NFL personnel executive, who didn't want his name used, believes a Revis-less secondary would hold up against the Ravens.There were several references to Revis on the third episode of the show, including Bart Scott's crack during a magic show on the team's final night in Cortland.

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