Belichick: I'm sure NFL will look into Jets' comments

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson spoke glowingly of Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis on Monday, openly admitting that he wishes the Jets signed Revis last offseason. Johnson said he would welcome a return for Revis, whose contract in New England is up this season.

Perhaps fearful that these comments constituted tampering, Johnson said he "should not have" used those words and called Patriots owner Robert Kraft to emphasize he would never "interfere" with another team's player.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick did not sound amused when asked about the issue on WEEI in Boston.

"I would think that the league would look into those comments ... I'm sure that's something that they would look into," Belichick said.

Translation: The coaches and general managers might change in New York, but Belichick still enjoys sticking it to the Jets.

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