Revis, though, acknowledged in a conversation with WFAN in New York that he would be open to shifting roles as his career wages on.
"There will probably be conversations in the future about maybe moving my position to safety," Revis said Thursday, per Connor Hughes of NJ.com. "But as of right now, I still feel I can play at a high level, and play the cornerback position at a high level."
Revis, though, battled through a nasty wrist injury that led to offseason surgery. He told the station "it was pretty bad," adding: "Sometimes I had to overcompensate with the left arm. When I'd try to jam, I would use (motions) as a guidance and then try to bring my right hand into it. In the past, that was one of my biggest strengths of my game ... the ability to play bump and run."
The injury kept him out of action into training camp, but the team isn't about to move him off the corner spot just yet.
"Darrelle is a pro. He understands himself," Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan told WFAN after the Revis appearance. "We think he's a heck of a football player. It's not outside the realm of possibility. But Darrelle is a corner, and we like him as a corner."