Darrelle Revis had some Super advice for Sheldon Richardson regarding the defensive lineman's four-game suspension for violating a league policy. “I had a conversation with him,” Revis said. “I think he understands how devastating that is for our team. But at the same time, this is something he has to go through, and we’re still here for him, and we’re backing him as teammates.” Revis has rejuvenated a secondary that missed him in recent seasons, but Richardson’s absence creates another hole. Suspended following a positive test for marijuana use, Richardson was around the team facility Wednesday, but did not meet with reporters. Linebacker David Harris noted that Richardson appeared “upbeat,” and terms of the ban will allow him to practice in training camp and play in preseason games. He will then miss the first four games of the regular season.