As trade winds swirl around him, Darrelle Revis continues to work his way back to the field.
Andrea Kremer, NFL Network's player health and safety chief correspondent, has been given exclusive access to the New York Jets cornerback during his recovery from reconstructive knee surgery. Kremer offered her latest update on Thursday's edition of "NFL Total Access."
Revis will travel to New York for the start of the Jets' offseason program Monday. Revis would rather avoid the media circus and continue his rehab work in Arizona, but he's contractually obligated to attend the Jets' workouts. He would lose $3 million if he skips out.
Speaking of the Jets, Revis chose not to delve into his uncertain status with the team.
"I know that's a lot of talk, but we'll see what happens," he said. "If I'm there or if I'm not. But that's the next phase for me in my career in these next couple weeks."
Revis continues to run on a treadmill and has started football-related drills that focus on lateral agility, cuts and quickness. Revis will be in New York on Monday for a full exam and MRI. If he checks out fine, Revis will be cleared for full weight-bearing running.
"I can't wait until my name gets called, when I'll get to run out the tunnel and be where I usually be in my comfort zone," Revis said. "Go out there and play ball. I played six years and it went so fast, so I'm just so grateful, I thank God I got a second chance."
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