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New York Post Mar 23, 2015

Here are the pads Darrelle Revis should buy with his millions

Cornerback Darrelle Revis is heading back to the New York Jets — and with a five-year $70 million contract to boot — according to recent reports. The deal includes a cool...

As a 'Fan,' Robert Kraft Wanted to Keep Darrelle Revis in New England

The Patriots owner opened up on his feelings regarding the star cornerback's departure in free agency at the league owners meetings.
New York Post Mar 23, 2015

‘Sorry’ Kraft has just one consolation losing Revis to Jets

PHOENIX — Almost two weeks after the fact, Patriots owner Bob Kraft is still bummed out about losing Darrelle Revis to the Jets in free agency. Speaking for the first...
Arrowhead Pride Mar 26, 2015

Darrelle Revis confirms Chiefs were interested in him during free agency

One of the free agency rumors making the rounds a few weeks ago was that the Kansas City Chiefs were among the teams interested in CB Darrelle Revis. As it turns out, this was accurate. The Chiefs were indeed interested, according to Revis himself who told SNY's Loud Mouths that several others were interested as well. "(It) was the Packers, Steelers, Baltimore as well as Cleveland, the Chiefs, the Jets and also the Pats, so there was a number of teams there," Revis said, per NFL.com. "I sat down and had conversations with (them) to see if we could work something out." The Revis...
Pats Pulpit Mar 23, 2015

Robert Kraft Explains Letting Darrelle Revis Go

The Patriots owner explains why New England couldn't afford to go toe-to-toe with the Jets for Darrelle Revis. If you want to hear the exact reason why the New England Patriots weren't willing to match the Jets for Darrelle Revis, owner Bob Kraft has your back. "We thought we made a very competitive offer [to Revis]," Kraft said in a media address. "I speak as a fan of the New England Patriots, we wanted to keep him. We wanted him in our system, and we have certain disciplines. We had hoped it worked out. It didn't. We just don't think about short-term decisions. For example, next year we...
Newsday Mar 23, 2015

Woody Johnson: Darrelle Revis not a savior

Jets fans may have been delighted to see Darrelle Revis back in green and white, but the man who signed him to a five-year, $70-million contract offered a decidedly more tempered reaction to taking Revis away from the defending Super Bowl champions.
New York Daily News Mar 23, 2015
Myers: Patriots owner wanted Revis, but Belichick made call

Myers: Patriots owner wanted Revis, but Belichick made call

It’s Robert Kraft’s money, but Bill Belichick’s decision, and that’s the way to explain how the Jets outbid the Patriots for Darrelle Revis.
Boston Herald Mar 24, 2015
Kraft: Financial discipline key to Revis decision

Kraft: Financial discipline key to Revis decision

PHOENIX — Sometimes, Patriots fan Robert Kraft doesn’t particularly care for Bill Belichick’s personnel decisions.That’s when Patriots owner Robert Kraft steps in to restore order.Kraft, like seemingly every decision maker in the NFL, understands the merits of employing Darrelle Revis, but the Patriots stuck to a price that culminated with the star defensive player bolting for the Jets.

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