Darrelle Revis could be willing to give the Patriots a team-friendly deal.
Darrelle Revis’ contract puts the Patriots in serious danger of going over the salary cap.
Patriots president Jonathan Kraft said that Darrelle Revis' team-option for 2015 is a "placeholder" and that the sides plan to "get to work" on a long-term deal.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Jets and Bills will pursue CB Darrelle Revis if he reaches free agency this offseason.
The Patriots have reportedly not ruled out picking up Darrelle Revis' $20M team option for 2015.
Darrelle Revis is not expected to be disciplined for being late to Tuesday's practice.
Darrelle Revis is not listed on the Week 6 injury report.
Darrelle Revis exited Sunday night's Week 5 game against the Bengals with a left hamstring injury.
The Patriots did not use Darrelle Revis as a shadow cornerback in Week 1 against the Dolphins, instead leaving him at left corner for "all but one or two snaps."
CSN New England's Tom Curran expects the Patriots to use Darrelle Revis in a movement cornerback role this season.
Darrelle Revis has lined up strictly at left corner through ten Patriots training camp practices, as opposed to moving around to cover No. 1 receivers.
Darrelle Revis says he no longer thinks about his surgically-repaired knee.
According to Darrelle Revis' trainer, Brett Fischer, the cornerback's surgically-repaired knee is 100 percent and no longer an issue or talking point.
ESPN New York reports the Jets weren't interested in Darrelle Revis before he signed with the Patriots.