NEW YORK (AP) — Darrelle Revis’ second stint with the New York Jets is over.
The Jets informed the star cornerback on Tuesday that they are releasing him, ending a rocky second tenure with the team that was marked by a slip in play because of injuries and age.
Revis, 31, was scheduled to make $15 million, including a $2 million roster bonus, next season — but that would have been a lofty salary for an aging player who admittedly had a subpar year.
The move, which was expected, makes Revis a free agent while also clearing about $9.3 million on the salary cap. The Jets still owe him $6 million as part of the $39 million in…