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Sentrius
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Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Per the New York Post.

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Revis is seeking a contract similar to or “just north of’’ the deal the Bills gave defensive end Mario Williams — six years, $96 million with $50 million guaranteed. That is the largest contract for a defensive player in NFL history.


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saintsfan22
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Who the frick is his agent? Dude holdout every offseason.


LSUSOBEAST1
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
WTF


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texastiger38
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Whoever signs him will be fricked by the cap for a few years, that is an outrageous deal.

Brees' contract is 100M with 60 or so guaranteed and Revis wants that kind of money? Bitch please.


JJ27
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
In all sincerity, frick THAT DUDE. Every single year he wants to hold out and wants more money. Now he wants to be the highest paid player ever coming off of a knee injury?


Rockyn
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
No CB in the passing era should be the highest paid defensive player. He can only cover one guy at a time. The impact on every play is just not there as opposed to an elite DL/pass rusher.


TheRoarRestoredInBR
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
DR Isle better be prepared to be severely disappointed.


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lsutigers504
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Yea too much especially after an ACL injury


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DownSouthCrawfish
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Not happening for a CB. He should ask to be the highest paid CB ever....way more reasonable.


TigerStripes06
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Asomugha makes a frick ton...I don't even think that is reasonable....12 or 13 million dollars a year for a dude coming off reconstructive knee surgery that does nothing but bitch? No thanks.
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RLDSC FAN
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Now you know why the owner said he'll entertain offers to trade Revis. way too much of a headache for a guy coming off major knee surgery.


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LooseCannon22282
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
coming off the knee injury too.. nice


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quail man
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
are there any stats out there that prove he's the top corner in the league? because from everything i've seen he's great, but not the best.


JJ27
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
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not the best.


Who is better than a healthy Revis? I hate his tactics, but he's the best corner in the league. The Jets are shite without him and a playoff team with him.


wildtigercat93
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
He is because he is allowed to get away with murder on Receivers


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NLabosstiger
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Frick this guy. What world does he live in?

His own i guess.
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TheRoarRestoredInBR
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
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The Jets are shite without him and a playoff team with him.


There's been some OL and DL turnover too since those playoff teams..it's not all Revis Isle.



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quail man
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
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Who is better than a healthy Revis?


i could argue that PP has a greater value to his team because of his special teams ability.

as far as just pure corner goes, his Jets counterpart could have a pretty good say.

eta: Interesting article on the top corners
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AlexLSU
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Any NFL GM that pays that should be fired!!!
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Tactical1
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re: Darrelle Revis seeking to be highest paid defensive player in NFL history
Good luck with that Revis.


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