Here is the latest with Darrelle Revis in freakish case

Posted February 19, 2017

Police say Revis took the man's phone, tried to delete the video and then threw the phone into the street. He must appear at all hearings and submit his passport and can not have contact of any kind with the alleged victims and witnesses.

In the meantime, a warrant has been issued for Revis' arrest after he was accused of being involved in a brawl in Pittsburgh on Sunday. Watt quoted Revis as saying, "I got more guys coming".

Darrell's attorney Blaine Jones strongly denied the men's allegations, telling HollywoodLife.com, "He is disappointed, devastated".

Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that the Jets have "done their homework" on how to recoup the remaining $6 million in guaranteed money on Revis' contract. Dallas Cousins and Zacheriah Jarvis, who are roommates, told police that the veteran cornerback punched them in the middle of an argument.

Two men - Dallas Cousins and Zacheriah Jarvis - claim the 31-year-old punched them and knocked them out cold after he allegedly freaked out when they started filming him with a smart phone early in the hours of February 12. Cousins said he started recording video on his cell phone as Revis walked away.

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Jones said Revis was in town to check on real estate investments when he bumped by a drunk man. Police said the video "shows Revis walking away from the group and Cousins following him, describing what Revis is wearing".

Three calls were placed to 911, including one from Cousins. Cousins said the next thing he knew, he was getting punched.

But Revis' lawyer says the football player was the one who was attacked by at least five people, and he feared for his life. That said, the injuries to the two victims - a bruised cheek for one and a fracture near the eye of the other - don't seem to be serious enough to prompt the authorities to move heaven and earth in an effort to secure justice.

The 31-year-old is also facing a misdemeanour charge of making terroristic threats and will attend a preliminary hearing on February 23.

Here's a video of Revis turning himself in to Pittsburgh police. After just two seasons, speculation has begun to swirl around Revis' future in the Jets' secondary, as he is in line for a $2 million roster bonus in the month of March, in addition to the $13 million base salary he would receive if the Jets hang on to him.