Darrelle Revis is officially one and done in Tampa.
The Tampa Buccaneers have released cornerback Darrelle Revis after one season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Bucs releasing Darrelle Revis. Official.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 12, 2014
Revis will now be free to sign with any team. He has been adamant however about his refusal to take a pay-cut from his $16 million dollar per year salary which was the reason why the Bucs were unable to trade him.
A few teams that appear to be interested just happen to be the New England Patriots and the New York Jets.
New England just lost Aqib Talib to the Denver Broncos and are now in need of a corner. The Jets cut Antonio Cromartie, lost out on Vontae Davis who re-signed with the Colts, and Alterraun Verner who signed on with the Bucs as Revis’s replacement.
Last season in Tampa, Revis showed he’s all the way back from ACL surgery. He made the Pro-Bowl recording 2 interceptions and deflecting 11 passes.
There’s no doubt Revis is all about the money and someone will have to pony up in order to sign him.
The big question is what team will it be?