Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis has been in the news the last two days, with a report surfacing yesterday that he is unhappy playing for disciplinarian head coach Greg Schiano and that he's frustrated playing in the Bucs' defensive scheme.
Revis denied both charges on Twitter, and now comes word that he met today with Schiano for a 15-minute session to "clear the air," according to NFL Network's Andrea Kremer.
Kremer also says any frustration on Revis' part is strictly related to the team's 0-2 start. The team lost close games to the Jets and Saints in the first two weeks.
Kremer did a months-long series for NFL Network chronicling Revis' recovery from reconstructive knee surgery. He was injured last September in a game against the Dolphins. Revis was traded from the Jets to the Bucs in the off-season.