This is where “Magic Mike” can earn his way into Jets lore. If he succeeds, and in a few years the Jets take off for lands not seen in many decades, then I’ll believe anything is possible.
Revis — who signed a five-year, $70 million contract to return to the Jets — will earn $14,024,212 per season. What’s the catch, you ask? Check it out.
The sequel’s on: Revis and Cromartie. Batman and Robin: Part II. Add Buster Skrine and Marcus Gilchrist to the mix and the Jets could have a serious no-fly zone in 2015.
He’s not as sexy as Revis, for sure. But sometimes the smaller offseason moves can affect a unit as profoundly as the big ones.
Cromartie, who turns 31 in April, returns to the Jets after one season with Arizona, where he played for then-defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who is now New York’s coach.
Gang Green may be the team of the day, but you can bet on Big Blue being the team of the year.
Darrelle Revis is back where he started, and he wants to make good on his vow. That means trying to deliver a Super Bowl title to the Jets.
The Jets are in a perilous place. Fresh faces on the sideline and inside the GM suite, some cap space, a new attitude and, perhaps, altitude.
In honor of Darrelle Revis returning to the Jets, here are 10 notable players (some more than others) who came back to their New York roots.
Forever feeling cut off at the knees, the Jets fan is walking a little taller this day.
Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan kicked off free agency with a flurry of moves — including bringing back one of the best players in franchise history.
The real bottom line is this: Even with Darrelle Revis, how much better do you think the Jets got this offseason?
When Boomer and Craig got word that Joe was wearing a Darrelle Revis jersey today, they instructed Al Dukes to get him into the Allstate Studio.
What can you say after the NFL celebrated its New Year in grand fashion Tuesday afternoon?!
The five-year contract is worth $70 million, with $39 million guaranteed. He’ll make $33 million in the first two years, and $48 million in the first three.