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Darrelle Revis won't commit on future with Patriots

Darrelle Revis isn't sure what the future holds.

On a conference call with New York Jets reporters Wednesday, the former face of Woody Johnson's franchise was asked if he would return to the hated rival New England Patriots next season and finish out his two-year contract under Bill Belichick.

"I don't know what my future holds," he said, via The Star-Ledger. "Right now, my focus is on this week."

Revis is set to count $25 million against the cap next year, which is fueling speculation that the premiere cornerback will hit the open market. Revis wouldn't comment on a potential return to New York, which would appear unlikely if the team parts ways with head coach Rex Ryan.

"I don't know what my future holds, like I said," Revis said. "We'll see. The future will take care of itself."

With another top five season almost in the books, Revis will likely go where the money is, and few can blame him. As far as talent goes, the cornerback is second to none in terms of his on-field production and his ability to shut down certain wide receivers.

He's also good at playing things close to the vest, which is why he probably won't be revealing his destination any time soon.

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