Jets linebacker David Harris said on Monday at a charity golf outing that former Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis still has "a lot of football left in him."
"I think he'll keep playing," Harris said. "I think he has a lot of football left in him. He didn't have his best year last year, and he knew that. But I'm sure somebody will pick him up. He knows too much of the sport and he's too good of a player to be finished.
"I'm pretty sure he'll get picked up," he said. "I know Darrelle. He works hard. He's a student of the game. He loves football. So I think somebody will give him a shot."
Revis was released by New York earlier in the offseason in order to cut salary cap costs. The veteran still is owed $6 million, but his contract held offsetting language, meaning that the Jets will pay the difference in salary when (or if) a team picks him up off the market.
Revis was also involved in an off-field incident earlier this offseason after he allegedly assaulted two people. He originally faced five charges but they were later dropped.