Darrelle Revis celebrates after the Jets took possession of the...

Darrelle Revis celebrates after the Jets took possession of the ball during the final minute against the San Diego Chargers. (Oct. 23, 2011) Credit: Jim McIsaac

Darrelle Revis had a 64-yard interception return in the Jets' 27-21 win over the Chargers Sunday at MetLife Stadium, but the interception most under discussion was the one last Monday night against Miami that led to a radio confrontation with WFAN host Mike Francesa on Friday afternoon.

It was Francesa's opinion that Revis interfered with Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall before taking an interception 100 yards for a game-changing touchdown. After repeated attempts by Francesa to get Revis to admit interference, Jets public relations assistant Jared Winley told Revis to hang up.

"I just wanted to stress my point and he stressed his point and none of us backed down," Revis said. "I don't dislike Mike. He knows my agent [Neil Schwartz] very well. He had his opinion, I had mine."

Revis said he would have continued if Winley hadn't told him to hang up. "That wasn't my call," Revis said. "Jets P.R. told me to get off the phone. It was their call."

Revis was noncommittal when asked if he would go back on the air with Francesa. "I don't know, I don't know," he said. "We'll see what happens in the future, but like I said, I don't dislike Mike. It kind of blew out of proportion.

"It's nothing personal. I just felt we shouldn't have been talking about that in the first place because it was Friday and I'm trying to get ready for San Diego. But he brought it up and I stood my ground and he stood his."

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