Darrelle Revis charged in South Side scuffle

Jets CB Darrelle Revis Injured In Pittsburgh Fight — Could Face Felony Assault Charges

Jets CB Darrelle Revis Injured In Pittsburgh Fight — Could Face Felony Assault Charges

Eventually, Revis became enraged, snatched the cellphone and attempted to delete the video before tossing it on the street.

The 21-year-old and the 22-year-old say they were then both punched and knocked out, according to the statement, which said that area witnesses indicated they had been unconscious for 10 minutes. Beau Berman of WTAE tweeted that a local police officer saw Revis talking with two men.

Meanwhile, charges filed against Revis include robbery, terroristic threats, conspiracy and aggravated assault. The male began recording the interaction on his cellphone and continued following Revis, who played college football at Pittsburgh. Revis then tried to get out of there, his attorney said, but the intoxicated man followed him and shouted his name.

New York Jets corner back Darrelle Revis (24) hands his gloves to a fan as he runs off the field after a game against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium.

Jones confirmed that Revis had sought medical treatment and that the lawyer had been in contact with the Jets.

"Darrelle came home for the weekend to visit family and friends and while he was at home he chose to go and hang out with a buddy of his on the South Side", attorney Blaine Jones said during an interview on "The Fan Morning Show".

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The two stories from Revis and the alleged victims don't match up, and police have reportedly obtained cell phone video of the altercation, according to KDKA. According to the report, Revis then fled the scene with the unknown male who had arrived to assist him. "You think Darrelle Revis would go down to the South Side and start throwing punches?"

Police have since released a statement supporting this version of events. Revis' attorney, Blaine Jones, told ESPN that he was trying to reach Revis Thursday night to arrange for him to surrender to police.

"Mr. Revis feared for his safety and retreated from the aggressors", according to Jones.

A team spokesman acknowledged that the Jets were aware of the incident but said no comment was forthcoming.

The Jets would still owe him $6 million if they cut him as part of the $39 million in guarantees in the five-year, $70 million deal he signed with NY in 2015.