Jets' Revis Turns Himself In to Pittsburgh Police
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has turned himself in to Pittsburgh police after it was announced that the 31-year-old was facing four charges following an altercation in Pittsburgh. Revis also has been charged with a misdemeanor count of terroristic threats.
Revis was the subject of a Thursday arrest warrant in the Pennsylvania city and he faces four felony charges - two for assault and one each for robbery and conspiracy to commit aggravated assault. His next court date will be Thursday, according to reports.
Revis recently completed his 10th National Football League season, the majority of which have been with the Jets. Revis grabbed the phone and tried to delete the video.
The incident began when Dallas Cousins, 22, confronted Revis and began recording video of Revis on his cellphone and followed the Jets' star.
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An argument ensued, ending with another man helping Revis, according to the police statement. Two men, ages 21 and 22, told police that Revis punched them amid a verbal altercation.
The officer asked to see the video on Cousins' phone and, according to the criminal complaint, it showed Revis being hostile toward Cousins and his friends, showed Revis walking away from the group and Cousins following him.
WTAE.com cited sources close to the investigation who said the two injured men were taken to a hospital, with one suffering broken bones near his eye. Another 21-year-old male from Ross Township attempted to help the 22-year-old retrieve the cellphone.
The unidentified black male arrived, the report stated, Cousins got punched, regained consciousness and spoke to police.
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Whether or not Revis will even be eligible to play come 2017 still remains to be seen as of the current situation from Friday night. Revis left the scene and did not call 911.
He said Revis had been approached by a group of five or six men, one of whom was intoxicated and verbally threatened him.
A Jets team spokesman indicated that team officials are aware of the incident but had no comment. He's due a $2 million roster bonus on March 11, plus another $13 million in base salary (including $6 million guaranteed).
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