This story is all over the place, but here is what I know: New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis was involved in an altercation over the weekend in Pittsburgh.
While that sounds tame enough, here is what I also know: Revis is being charged with robbery, terroristic threats, conspiracy and aggravated assault, according to the Bleacher Report.
Revis’ attorney, Blaine Jones, told NFL.com that the cornerback had to seek medical attention and that “at no point in time was Darrelle the aggressor” and he was reportedly “retreating” from the situation.
But a report from WTAE.com paints a completely different picture, one that shows Revis out here knocking people out.
According to that report, two men were filming Revis, who wasn’t feeling it. An argument ensued and the two men were reportedly attacked.
“A police officer who drove by the area saw Revis speaking to two people; when he came back around, two of them were knocked out and Revis was gone, sources said,” WATE.com reports.
One of the men reportedly suffered a broken bone around his eye, and both men were taken to the hospital, according to Bleacher Report.
The Jets noted that they were aware of the situation but added that they would have no further comment, according to a tweet from a New York Daily News reporter.
See how all of this is confusing?