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Revis (hamstring) returned to Sunday's game against the Bengals in the fourth quarter, after missing just one play.

The one play was a 17-yard touchdown to A.J. Green, who has otherwise been shadowed by Revis for most of the night. After a long New England field-goal drive, the star cornerback returned to the field.

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Revis left Sunday's game against the Bengals in the third quarter with a hamstring injury, and his return is questionable.

Revis had been doing a great job against A.J. Green, who scored a 17-yard touchdown on the first play after the cornerback's injury. With Brandon Browner inactive, the Patriots will give Kyle Arrington and Logan Ryan more playing time in Revis' absence.

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Revis was on the field for 65-of-74 snaps on defense in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, ESPN.com reports.

Revis, who missed the final nine snaps of the game because of cramping, recorded one tackle in the game, a reminder that his fantasy counting numbers often don't reflect his value to his team's defense in real terms.

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The Patriots are reportedly trying to extend Revis' contract with the team, the Boston Globe reports.

Revis signed a two-year, $32 million deal with the Patriots in March, which includes a team option for the second year that includes a $12 million roster bonus and a hefty cap hit of $25 million. With those terms in mind, and given how much he has impressed the team with his skills thus far, it's no wonder that the Patriots are looking to work on his deal, with an eye toward keeping the shut-down cornerback around beyond 2014.

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Darrelle Revis says he no longer thinks about his surgically-repaired knee.

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According to Darrelle Revis' trainer, Brett Fischer, the cornerback's surgically-repaired knee is 100 percent and no longer an issue or talking point.

"He's so fired up," Fischer said. "I think fans in New England are going to see a guy who is even better than in the past because he has rehabilitated himself from the ACL. . It's a non-factor." Revis will be full-go for the offseason program.

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ESPN New York reports the Jets weren't interested in Darrelle Revis before he signed with the Patriots.

There was considerable sound and fury about a potential Revis reunion with the Jets, but according to reporter Rich Cimini, Gang Green never reached out. Speaking on a Monday conference call, Revis claimed as many as 26 teams inquired, but the Jets have moved on from the Revis era (and it's massive salaries). It's probably for the best that the sides didn't try to recapture the past.

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Darrelle Revis' "one-year," $12 million contract with the Patriots includes a club option for a second year.

USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports the Patriots would have to pay Revis a $12 million roster bonus on April 1 of 2015, before a $7.5 million base salary plus $500,000 in per-game roster bonuses in order to keep him for a second season. Rather than exercise the option, New England would likely negotiate a long-term deal with Revis if he meets their standards of on- and off-field performance in 2014. But it's clear this could be more than a one-year marriage.

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The Patriots are reportedly interested in eventually doing a long-term deal with Darrelle Revis.

Revis will play out this season on a one-year, $12 million deal. After a "feeling-out period," extension negotiations could get underway. Per the NFL Network's Albert Breer, the Patriots see this as a rare opportunity to hold on to the game's No. 1 corner. It's also worth noting that unlike Revis' old Jets contract, there is no language in this deal that prevents the Patriots from using the franchise tag on him in 2015.

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Patriots signed CB Darrelle Revis to a one-year, $12 million contract.

Revis, 29 in July, finished his lone season in Tampa with 50 tackles, two interceptions, and two forced fumbles across 16 starts, making a successful recovery from his 2012 ACL tear. Despite being used improperly by since-fired coach Greg Schiano in zone coverage, Revis remained the top corner in the NFL. He will slide right into Aqib Talib's old shadow corner role in Foxboro and provide an upgrade, eliminating opposing top wideouts. It's a perfect match of player and scheme. The Patriots beat out the Jets and Browns for Revis' services. In particular, look for RE Chandler Jones to benefit from Revis' lockdown back-end coverage with a breakout season.