Woody Johnson says talk to Mike Tannenbaum about Darrelle Revis
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"Darrelle Revis is a very important part of the New York Jets," Johnson said Wednesday night at MetLife Stadium, before he was honored by Daytop New Jersey for his support of substance abuse treatment. "We drafted him, so we know exactly how good he is.
"I don't really get concerned before I have to be concerned. So all those questions, I'd leave to [general manager] Mike [Tannenbaum]. But I expect that Darrelle will be on the field in 2012."
"The fact that we already did it was a big part in our decision," Johnson said. "We didn't want to dominate it. We have a lot of things to accomplish. Our season wasn't what where we wanted it to be last year. So I think we have a responsibility to focus on that. This ["Hard Knocks"], I don't think would have been a huge distraction, but still."
The Jets' owner said he was introduced to Daytop New Jersey, an organization that delivers "comprehensive substance abuse treatment and education program to male and female adolescents," by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Johnson visited last month and met with participants, ages 17-19.
"It's so far superior to anything I've ever heard of in terms of drug treatment," he said. "The best thing you can do is help kids."
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