Darrelle Revis says the New York Jets hold the cards on his remaining with the team, but that it depends on whether they treat his "situation with class or no class."
Revis told the New York Post that he wants to retire with the Jets and isn't approaching Sunday's finale as his last game. The cornerback carries a heavy contract that appears to many as an overextended deal at this point in his career.
"Would I love to be here? Yes," Revis said. "Will I be back? That's a great question. My thing would be this: Do the New York Jets want to treat my situation with class or no class? With me being one of the best players in the history of this franchise, do they want me to retire here or not retire here?"