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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

No surprise here: The Jets are in full housecleaning mode. They're dumping salary and trying to get younger. Nick Mangold, 33, had a $9.1 million cap charge in the final year of his contract. The entire amount will be cleared from the cap. Mangold, one of the most accomplished players in team history, was respected from the moment he walked in the door in 2006. But he missed eight games last season due to an ankle injury that didn't heal as quickly as he had hoped. You're up, Wesley Johnson. Good luck.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets C Nick Mangold, their longest tenured player, announced on Twitter that "my time as a New York has come to an end." Ending an era. A $9.1 million cap savings for the Jets.

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Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

An only-spring-training trio: Miguel Cabrera, Rex Ryan & Rob Ryan. "We're here to see you hit a bomb or two," Rob told him

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The NFL's compensatory draft picks were announced early this year, and the Jets have been awarded a third-round pick (107 overall). They now have seven picks -- first, second, third (2), fifth, sixth and seventh. They traded their fourth for Brandon Shell.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have released PK Nick Folk and RT Breno Giacomini, creating $7.5 million in much-needed cap room. Folk, who joined the Jets in 2010, is the second-leading scorer in franchise history (729 points), behind only Pat Leahy. "It's a sad day, but that's the business side of things," Folk said. "I had a great seven years here. I think the only thing that would've topped it off would'e been a couple of Super Bowl wins." Giacomini, who played in only five games last season, is recovering from recent back surgery.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

An Allegheny County (Pa.) judge has modified the conditions of Darrelle Revis' bond, allowing the Jets' cornerback to travel outside the U.S. for a charity event. The court ruled last Friday at the arraignment that Revis, facing four felony charges for his alleged role in a street fight, would have to surrender his passport. His attorney, Robert Del Greco, filed a petition, requesting that Revis be allowed to travel to Turks and Caicos Islands next month for his Revis Island Foundation. The charity, established in 2012, provides meals for underprivileged families, per court papers. After the event, March 23-28, Revis will return to his Florida home to train for the NFL season, his attorney said.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Darrelle Revis' pre-trial hearing, scheduled for Thursday in Pittsburgh, has been pushed back to March 15, his attorney, Robert Del Greco, confirmed. The Jets have to make a decision on Revis' roster spot by March 10, when a $2 million roster bonus is due. Revis is facing four first-degree felony charges, including aggravated assault.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

A Pittsburgh police spokesperson confirmed for ESPN that the video posted Sunday by TMZ is authentic in that it was shot at the alleged Darrelle Revis street altercation. The spokesperson declined further comment, noting it is a matter before the court. The video shows the aftermath, two unconscious men and an unidentified voice bragging that he knocked out both men. Revis is not seen in the video. The Jets cornerback is charged with four felonies, including aggravated assault. His first pre-trial hearing is scheduled for Thursday.

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Darrelle Revis is back out. And two people were on the outside of the Pittsburgh Municipal Court Building looking for autographs. One had a Pitt helmet; the school where Revis played.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Darrelle Revis has been arraigned. He receives a non-monetary bond. But he has to appear at all hearings, and can't have any contact with the alleged victims and witnesses -- not even on social media. He has 72 hours to submit his passport. Revis' next court date will be next Thursday.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Darrelle Revis' attorney, Blaine Jones, tells me he's removing himself from this case after tonight, but he feels this is a "good case" for Revis. He was retained for pre-trial services. Jones wants the video that's been at the heart of this saga to be released. He thinks that will have a positive impact on Revis' case moving forward. Jones didn't want to say who the new attorney will be.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

At about 7:20 p.m., Darrelle Revis arrived at the Pittsburgh Municipal Courts building, turning himself in to police. He has been charged with four first-degree felonies stemming from a street altercation early last Sunday morning in Pittsburgh. The charges include aggravated assault and robbery.

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Darrelle Revis just arrived at the Pittsburgh Municipal Courts building, turning himself into police.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The emergency-dispatch audio from the Darrelle Revis incident in Pittsburgh was obtained by TMZ. There's no mention of the Jets' cornerback on the audio. The first responder says, "Two people down on a sidewalk. I don't know what's wrong with them, but there's two people knocked out." He adds, "I don't know if that means they were fighting or they're just passed out at the intersection." Later, another dispatcher says, the men are "conscious and standing." Coincidentally, one of the responders is from Engine 24 -- Revis' jersey number.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Spoke this morning with Darrelle Revis' attorney, Blaine Jones. He anticipates Revis will turn himself into Pittsburgh police at some point "in the next 24-48 hours."

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