Darrelle Revis joined his New England Patriots teammates in Foxboro on Monday morning.
Revis is present at Gillette Stadium for offseason voluntary workouts, a source told the Boston Herald’s Jeff Howe. The Patriots’ offseason workout program began Monday, but players can’t take the field for drills until May 5. Patriots organized team activities begin on May 27 and run through June 13.
Revis doesn’t have an offseason workout bonus built into his contract, so he’s making just $175 a day (like the rest of the Patriots players) to participate in the program. Howe notes that Revis worked out during the offseason with new teammates Logan Ryan and Tavon Wilson at Fischer Institute in Arizona.
Revis signed a one-year, $12 million contract with the Patriots this offseason, which includes a team option for 2015.