FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- There were many ups and downs in Darrelle Revis' two tenures with the Jets, and last season's ending wasn't very pretty. But it sounds like the Jets are able to get past all the bad and will eventually honor him for all the good.
The first indication of that came on Monday when new Jets cornerback Morris Claiborne indicated he got some resistance from the Jets when he first signed and asked to wear No. 24 this season. That's the number he wore in Dallas, but it's also what Revis wore with the Jets. He said the Jets "weren't sure" what they wanted to do with the number and it sounded like they resisted -- if not outright refused -- Claiborne's request.