BOSTON (CBS) — In the busy sports scene of Boston, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the Patriots currently employ one Mr. Darrelle Revis.
Yet the team’s social media accounts made sure to not only remind fans of Revis’ presence on the roster but also provide a glimpse of what he’ll look like once the season kicks off.
The Patriots were suited up on Wednesday for photo day, which provided the first look of what the new No. 24 looks like.
Revis signed with the Patriots on March 12, the same day on which he was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Revis technically signed a two-year contract, but it essentially comes out to a one-year deal worth $12 million.
He played just one season for the Bucs, which he spent getting back to NFL speed after missing most of the 2012 season with the Jets due to a torn knee.
He now says that he’s fully healed and ready to play ball.
Take a look below at what he’ll look like when he takes the field for Bill Belichick this fall.
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