Cornerback Darrelle Revis had a delayed start to the 2017 season as he went unsigned for over eight months after being released from the Jets early in the offseason. His wait for another job ended when the Chiefs signed him in November and Revis went on to play six games before the Chiefs’ season came [more]
The NFL’s ultimate businessman appeared to make the ultimate business decision on Saturday night. Chiefs cornerback Darrelle Revis, a late-season addition to the team who surely hoped to parlay a couple of strong postseason performances into a big payday next year (either under the second year of his Kansas City contract or elsewhere), clearly pulled [more]
It took into late November for Darrelle Revis to finally get signed to a team when the Kansas City Chiefs came calling. During their wild-card game against the Tennessee Titans on Saturday, they could’ve used him dearly in the critical moments of the fourth quarter, but Revis seemingly made a business decision to not get in […]
USA TODAY Sports' Jarrett Bell breaks down Week 14 in the NFL, from Russell Wilson to Darrelle Revis to Browns coach Hue Jackson.
The Chiefs went down 38-31 to the Jets on Sunday afternoon for their sixth loss in the last seven games and they gave up the final 17 of those points without any help from cornerback Darrelle Revis. Kansas City signed Revis just before Thanksgiving and he made his debut against his former team this week. [more]
Cornerback Darrelle Revis‘ debut appearance for the Chiefs is shaping up to be a brief one. Revis stood on the sideline with his helmet in his hand during the first Jets possession of the third quarter, which meant that he got a close view of his former team extending their lead over his new team [more]
Revis is playing for the first time in 11 months... and it looks like it
Revis will make his season debut against his former team.
Darrelle Revis will make his season debut for the Kansas City Chiefs against his former team, the New York Jets _ and as a captain, no less
Revis spent eight seasons with New York, but was released by the Jets last winter. After months and months of waiting, Darrelle Revis finally got the chance to play his 11th NFL season when the Chiefs signed him as a stopgap solution in the midst of a 1-4 skid. Show More Summary
Cornerback Darrelle Revis is expected to be in the lineup for the Chiefs this Sunday for the first time since signing with the team earlier this month and his return to NFL action will come in a familiar setting. The Chiefs are going to be at MetLife Stadium to face the Jets, who drafted Revis [more]
The Chiefs signed Darrelle Revis with the hopes that the veteran cornerback can help them at a position of need
The man who helped Revis become an unstoppable force believes the greatest corner of this generation has returned for all the right reasons.
Darrelle Revis didn’t play for the Chiefs last Sunday, but he’s expected to be on the field in Week 13 and that means his first game with his new team will come against his old team as Kansas City will be at MetLife Stadium to face the Jets. Along with the Chiefs’ attempts to stop [more]
No outfit has understood the NFL's cut-throat business better than Revis, Inc., in the past decade.
The Chiefs get a six-week look at Revis while the corner could cash in with postseason bonuses
The Chiefs signed Darrelle Revis on Wednesday and coach Andy Reid didn’t rule out the possibility that Revis would be in the lineup for Sunday’s game against the Bills, but it looks like his Kansas City debut will wait for a week. According to multiple reports, Revis will be inactive as the Chiefs try to [more]
The Kansas City Chiefs, who are trying to right the ship after losing four of their last five games, have signed cornerback Darrelle Revis. The team made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon. ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that Kansas City has been trying to sign Revis for much of the season, but the 32-year old would not take the deal until now. Show More Summary
Cornerback Darrelle Revis has signed with the Chiefs and will be playing for free for the next six weeks, but there’s a chance for more in the future. The Jets are paying Revis the $6 million in guaranteed money called for in his contract and there are offsets, so the veteran minimum salary he’ll be [more]