New York Jets stud cornerback Darrelle Revis hasn’t practiced yet. Don’t fool yourselves though, the future hall of famer will be fine.

Do everybody this one favor, please. If you’re one of those annoying fans who actually worries about Darrelle Revis, just pack it up and promptly go home with your tail firmly tucked between your legs.

It’s senseless to worry about this guy – this future Football Hall of Fame cornerback.

This is a guy who, in 2009, allowed only one touchdown the entire season (Randy Moss). This is a guy who, in 2014, became the missing link in a Bill Belichick defense that hadn’t captured a Super Bowl in a decade. This is a guy who, in 2009, was only thrown at 108 times while putting up arguably the best single-season at the position in NFL history (54 tackles, 31 passes defended, six interceptions, and one touchdown).

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On the other hand, through three days of training camp, Revis is still sidelined. He’s still battling his surgically repaired wrist while toiling as one of six on the active PUP (physically unable to perform) list.

This information coupled with a perceived decrease in production a season ago has many onlookers worried. It’s probably fair to say many are petrified about what the 31-year old, four-time 1st Team All NFL player will provide New York in 2016.

Ponder his future, maybe, but do not become overwhelmed with fear.

Here are the few top reasons to have no fear about New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis:

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