Jets CB Darrelle Revis will not begin his transition to safety during the team's final three games of the season.
Head coach Todd Bowles simply replied "no" when asked if Revis would get any time at safety before the season, responding with "he's playing corner" when prodded to explain why.
"That's not a thought process right now," Bowles said Revis playing safety. "That's something we may talk about in the offseason. It isn't going to happen the next three games."
Revis, 31, has struggled this season, amassing 48 tackles and no interceptions.
"There will probably be conversations in the future about maybe moving my position to safety" Revis told reporters in August. "But as of right now, I still feel I can play at a high level, and play the cornerback position at a high level."
Revis signed a five-year deal worth $70 million ($39 million guaranteed) prior to the 2015 season.