Darrelle Revis arraigned in Pittsburgh, will be back in court Thursday

Posted February 19, 2017

Yikes! Darrelle Revis turned himself in to a Pittsburgh municipal courthouse February 17, after an arrest warrant issued in connection with an alleged street fight that left two men unconscious.

Revis did not answer questions from assembled media as he made his way into the Pittsburgh Municipal Courts building at about 7:20 p.m. ET Friday.

A league source told Mehta that there is no clause in Revis' five-year, $70 million contract that says the team can void the deal if the player is charged with a felony.

Jarvis' statement corroborated Cousins' version of events, adding that he also was punched after attempting to grab Cousins' phone from Revis and remembers waking to speak to police, the complaint said.

With Revis having turned himself in, Jones is no longer representing the 31-year-old.

None of the accusers in the report said Revis hit anyone.

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Given that two men were knocked out cold, a more-probable-than-not conclusion that Revis did it could result in a suspension. Witnesses told police the two men were unconscious for about 10 minutes. All but the two least serious charges were ultimately dropped.

Never mind that Revis, who attended Pitt and grew up in Aliquippa, Pa., about 30 miles outside of Pittsburgh, was back in old stomping grounds as he is prone to do during offseasons.

Whether or not Revis will even be eligible to play come 2017 still remains to be seen as of the current situation from Friday night.

Information from ESPN's Coley Harvey and Rich Cimini was used in this report.

A witness, Nathan Watt, told police that Revis approached Watt after Cousins and Jarvis were knocked out. Revis then tossed the phone onto the roadway. "The video then shows Revis standing in front of the White Eagle Bar, saying, 'Why are you following me?' several times before the video stops". According to police, the two men regained consciousness and spoke to authorities. In addition to his $13 million base salary, he is due a $2 million roster bonus on March 11.

Unless prosecutors have some specific animus toward Revis or a proverbial smoking gun that makes it an open-and-shut case, it's safe to say that the charges eventually will be reduced (like they were for Joey Porter) and that, ultimately, the situation will be resolved with Revis never facing jail or any other significant effect.