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  1. Who in their right mind approaches a stranger at 230 in the morning and starts harassing them and asking them if they are an NFL player. Usually on the few rare occasions I have been in Newark or NYC and out at that hour you mind your own damn business and get where you need to be. These punks got what they deserve.
  2. Just a guess that they are. I doubt they were coming form choir practice.
  3. I spelled it wrong. Criminals,low-lifes those who aren's law abiding and wreak havoc on those who do obey the law. the dregs of society/humanity a group of people in society who you consider to be immoral and of no value: People tend to regard drug addicts as the dregs of society.
  4. WARNING FOUL LANGUAGE IN THE VIDEO Video emerges of violent knockout aftermath in Darrelle Revis fight By Linda Massarella February 19, 2017 | 6:12pm Modal Trigger Darrelle RevisCharles Wenzelberg Video emerged Sunday of the violent altercation in Pittsburgh involving Darrelle Revisthat shows two men knocked out cold on the sidewalk while a man brags in the background about having just slugged them. “Hey I knocked both of these mother f—-rs out, both of them,” the man is heard saying in the eight-second video obtained by TMZ. “They both asleep.” The man bragging isn’t seen on the video. Revis is the only person charged in the case. The Pittsburgh Police Department allegedly confirmed to the celebrity website that the video was from the Feb. 12 incident involving the NFL star. Revis is accused of punching Dallas Cousins and Zacheriah Jarvis into oblivion after the two followed him down the street at around 2:30 a.m. and took video of him with a cell phone. Warning: Graphic language Revis, according to a complaint, is also accused of threatening a man filming the aftermath, Nathan Watt, with, “Do you want to be next?” Revis was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, and one count each of robbery and conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, along with a misdemeanor count of terroristic threats. According to the complaint, after punching the two out, Revis allegedly screamed, “Do you want to be next?” In the newly released video, you can hear someone off-camera saying, “Shut up before I knock your ass out next.” For his part, Revis is adamant he was not the aggressor and says he acted in self-defense.
  5. The NFL is all about money there is no doubt in my mind they are planning something to increase revenue they wont allow tradition to stand in the way.
  6. Darrelle Revis hires the Steelers’ go-to lawyer Posted by Mike Florio on February 19, 2017, 10:22 AM EST Getty Images It’s been known for years that any Broncos player or coach who needs legal help hires Harvey Steinberg. For the Steelers, the knee-jerk barrister has become Robert Del Greco Jr. The son of a former Yankee whose possessions include a photo of himself as a baby being held by Mickey Mantle (maybe they should have named him Seven) now serves, via George Willis of the New York Post, the counsel of record for Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis following an incident last weekend in Pittsburgh. “I know that whenever any of the Steelers get in trouble, he’s the guy they call,” an unnamed source at the Pittsburgh Municipal Court told Willis regarding Del Greco, who has represented players like Jerome Bettis, Le’Veon Bell, and Joey Porter. It’s a smart move by Revis, who will benefit from the relationships and expertise that Del Greco has cultivated through years of maneuvering clients through the system. It’s also a smart move for Del Greco, since Revis is what those who run law firms like to call a “cost-insensitive client.” So far, the evidence feels flimsy and the gravity of the charges doesn’t seem to match the fairy innocuous (relative to other crimes) facts of the case. It may be difficult if not impossible, based on the proof currently known, to show beyond a reasonable doubt that Revis committed aggravated assault by knocking out two youths on the South Side — especially since the two youths don’t know what happened and there’s apparently no video. Recently, Del Greco somehow managed to persuade the local D.A. to drop an aggravated assault charge against Porter, who now serves as the team’s linebackers coach, despite video evidence that appeared to be indisputable. With nothing like that apparently available in this case, it seems like only a matter of time before the charges are reduced and the case is quietly resolved with minimal criminal consequence for Revis. Having Del Greco on the case serves only to make that outcome more likely.
  7. Why wasnt his body guard with him? I never heard of calling up your body guard during al altercation to come join in after the fact.
  8. Not what I am Broseph but I'm certainly not a pussy.
  9. Personal attacks arent allowed here as per the rules, usually when a poster personally attacks another member they got nothing else. I support Revis you dont end of story.
  10. Revis is one of the greatest Jets players in the history of the organization pathetic how fans treat players like him and others who wear the Jets uniform over what, be ashamed very ashamed.
  11. Mahomes would be the best QB on the roster if we draft him.
  12. I had you pegged for a Navy seaman.