Darrelle Revis' season debut for the Chiefs will come at a familiar stadium against a familiar opponent.
Revis, who signed with the Chiefs on November 22, doesn't feel he has anything to prove against his former team.
"I don't think it's any extra motivation,'' said Revis, via ESPN. "For me throughout my career, it's always been about timing. I just felt where I was at in my training that I was fit and ready to come back and play football.''
The longtime Jet has nothing but fond memories of his time in New York.
"We have a long history ... I had an awesome time there," said Revis. "We had our runs, our AFC championships back to back that we missed out on. Great guys, great teammates that I've been around there. Most of my legacy was with the Jets, so I don't think it's anything (personal). I'm just on another team. This is my fourth ball club throughout my career, and now I'm focused on our team goals and what we're trying to do as a team and accomplish."
Revis doesn't believe that signing with the Chiefs would leave the fans angry.
"For me personally, I don't think there's any ill will or anything to take a stab at or get back at the Jets for any reason," Revis said.
Revis also admitted it's going to be "exciting to see" how he's received by the Jets crowd.