While Revis has not been arrested, police say charges are pending against the four-time All-Pro and include robbery, terroristic threats, conspiracy and aggravated assault.
The incident occurred early Sunday morning in Pittsburgh’s popular South Side.
One of the men recognized Revis and asked him if he was the Jets cornerback. The man then started recording the interaction on his cell phone and continued to follow Revis on the street.
Revis, police say, tried to take away the cell phone and delete the video, which led to a verbal argument. The second man attempted to help the owner of the cell phone retrieve his phone. Another man came to assist Revis. The first two men were punched, and witnesses say they were unconscious for about 10 minutes.
A Jets spokesman said the team is aware of the incident and has spoken to Revis, who was born in Pennsylvania and played at the University of Pittsburgh. There was no further comment.
Source: ESPN/Rich Cimini
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