FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Darrelle Revis said he won't be flashing his blinged-out Patriots Super Bowl ring around 1 Jets Drive.

Perhaps that's because he already has his sights set on getting another one.

"No, you wont see it," Revis said, flashing a playful smile before he exited a group interview with reporters on Wednesday. "You'll see the New York Jets ring when we get it."

In February, the shutdown cornerback helped New England defeat the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. A little more than a month later, he was back with the team that drafted him, signing a five-year, $70 million deal with the Jets that includes $39 million guaranteed.

Because of a scheduling conflict, Revis did not attend the June 14 Super Bowl ring ceremony and party hosted by Patriots owner Robert Kraft. But drama ensued after Revis' mother tried to go in his place. It was after she flew to Boston that she was informed she'd be able to serve as a substitute for her son.

Asked on Wednesday to clarify or elaborate on the situation, Revis declined.

"That's in the past," he said. "It happened. Everybody got their information on Twitter or media and that's how it is. I'm passed that."

He did, however, confirm that he now has the ring in his custody.

"Yeah, yeah, I have it. [It's] awesome," Revis said. "A lot of bling. A lot of bling."