Jets to release CB Darrelle Revis

Two years after bringing home Darrelle Revis with the richest contract in franchise history, the New York Jets have informed their former Pro Bowl cornerback they will release him on March 9, the start of the league calendar.

The announcement, made Tuesday night by the team, came as no surprise. It culminated months of speculation. Revis, 31, suffered a sharp decline in his skill and was scheduled to count $15.3 million against the 2017 salary cap.

Charles has been unable to fully rebound from his second ACL injury. He returned to play in the fourth game last season against Pittsburgh. He also played in the two subsequent games, scoring what would be his final Chiefs touchdown in a game against Oakland.

Because of soreness in the knee, he soon went on the injured reserve list and had arthroscopic knee surgery. He was eligible to be activated late in the regular season but the Chiefs declined to do so.

Spencer Ware, 25, led Kansas City in rushing last season, gaining 921 yards and averaging 4.3 yards per carry.

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Factod of the weeK: Oakland traveled to New England to play against there future team 4 years from now.

Bailiff went into private business but was drawn back as a graduate assistant at his alma mater. He claimed a branch on the Dennis Franchione tree, then followed Franchione to New Mexico.9

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