Jets pay tribute to retired cornerback Darrelle Revis

Cornerback Darrelle Revis played for four different teams. The team with which he played twice has gone out of its way to lavish praise on one of the best cornerbacks in NFL history.
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The Jets also will remember Revis because he aggressively handled his business interests, especially as to the Jets. He held out as a rookie, he held out entering his fourth season, and he leveraged his only career Super Bowl win (with the Patriots) into a reunion contract with the Jets that paid him plenty of money, including $6 million to not play for the Jets in 2017.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Webb plans to continue playing and that he is weighing a few offers. The fact that Webb hasn’t taken any of the offers suggests that he might be hoping to see someone step forward with a better opportunity.

Webb moved from cornerback to safety late in his years with the Ravens. He appeared in every game last season and finished the year with 39 tackles, two sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble.

Franchise Tag Deadline (July 16): If Lawrence Taylor Jersey a De’Vondre Campbell Jersey tagged player isn’t signed to an extension by 4 p.m. ET on July 16, his team can’t sign him to a new deal until after its 2018 season ends. Four players are left on tags: Cowboys DE Demarcus Lawrence ($17.143 million), Lions DE Ziggy Ansah ($17.143 million), Rams S Lamarcus Joyner ($11.287 million) and Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell ($14.5 million).

Because each guy can make really good money and then either play on richer tags (the first three for 120% of that rate; Bell, as a three-time tag-ee, at the QB tag number) in 2019 or hit free agency in March, there’s a chance zero deals get done. Ansah has injury issues, Bell’s number outpaces the tailback market by a mile, Lawrence broke out just last year and the Rams have a number of deals to do.