Revis feels insecure with Jets

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New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis might be ahead of schedule in his recovery from knee surgery, but he's not exactly feeling comfortable about where he might play next season.
Revis told Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson in an interview at a training facility where both players were working out that hearing he might be on the market bothered him.
The Jets were rumored to be seeking offers for Revis during the NFL Scouting Combine in late February.
"This hit home. This definitely hit home," Revis said, according to USA Today. "Especially being one of the best players out there and come to find out you're getting shopped. Yeah, I mean, it really hits home. But it really doesn't matter where I'll be. I know what I can do. I'm confident in what I do.
"So whether it be there with the New York Jets or if it be with another team, I have to do what I have to do and play ball and do my services for that team."
One team mentioned as possibly showing interest in Revis is San Francisco, which has stockpiled draft picks and might be in a position to make a deal.
"Looking at their roster and their team, I would just be an addition to help them win that (Super Bowl) trophy," Revis said. "Would it be awesome? I mean, yeah. My main goal as a player, and I think of all of us as players in the NFL, is to hold that Lombardi Trophy up in the air and to wear that ring."

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