Following Aaron Rodgers’ “darkness retreat,” some New York Jets followers are hoping the quarterback is heading to East Rutherford.
But former Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis says it could possibly be a tough adjustment if Rodgers left the Green Bay marketplace for New York, the place the media could be powerful.
“I would tell Aaron to come in humble,” the Jets legend informed TMZ Sports.
“I would tell him to come in and embrace the city as best you can. It’s definitely a tough market, but I truly believe that Aaron, with all of his success, and what he will bring to the table, I would think he would be able to weather the storm and be able to come in and help win.”
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Revis was just lately named a Hall of Famer and can obtain his bust in Canton this summer time. Despite being one of many prime corners of all-time, and simply one of the best throughout his prime with the Jets, Revis by no means received a Lombardi Trophy in New York.
Some would argue the Jets would have made the playoffs final season with a quarterback apart from Zach Wilson contemplating the expertise on the group’s roster. That’s why Revis thinks the sky is the restrict if they bring about within the four-time MVP.
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“I believe, with Aaron’s tangibles, and what he brings to this table as a Super Bowl champion quarterback, I believe he has weapons at every position. I think that’s something now — as Jets fans, as Jet lovers — that we can see some high-scoring games. We can see some big victories,” Revis mentioned.
“I think last year, as you watched the team, it came down to a few points, the team losing by three points or less, five points or less. And I think having a superstar quarterback in Rodgers, he can definitely put points on the board very quickly, which would help the defense rest much better. And they can be more explosive coming out playing on the defensive side of the ball.
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Rodgers has two years left on his three-year deal value north of $150 million. The Jets just lately employed Nathaniel Hackett, Rodgers’ former offensive coordinator, for a similar place.
New York just lately met with free agent quarterback Derek Carr.