Cornerback Darrelle Revis will play his first game for the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday against his longtime team, the New York Jets, at MetLife Stadium. He said the opponent Sunday wouldn't be of much inspiration once the game begins. "I don't think it's any extra motivation,'' said Revis, who signed with the Chiefs last week to continue his 10-year career. He spent eight seasons over two stints with the Jets, who released him after last season. "For me throughout my career, it's always been about timing. I just felt where I was at in my training that I was fit and ready to come back and play football.'' The experience playing against the Jets won't be a new one for Revis. He played against the Jets three times during his two seasons away from New York. Two of those games were with the Patriots and one with the Buccaneers.
Darrelle Revis says there's no ill will vs. Jets, timing right to join Chiefs
ESPN | Nov 30