NEW YORK - (AP) - With loud, welcoming cheers and somegood-natured ribbing from his teammates, Darrelle Revis returned tothe New York Jets. Finally. After months of waiting and wondering about his future, theAll-Pro cornerback strolled onto the practice field Monday for thefirst time since June and ended his long contract holdout with afour-year deal. "It was kind of funny," safety James Ihedigbo said. "A bunchof guys started the Rudy clap, that nice slow clap, as he came out.We welcomed him with open arms." Revis agreed to a four-year deal late Sunday night and took anearly morning flight Monday from his home in South Florida. Hearrived at the Jets' training facility after 1 p.m., and rejoinedhis teammates. "This has been a long saga," owner Woody Johnson said. Revis didn't practice, but was there in time to address the teamand break down the practice huddle, with NFL Films camerascapturing the moment for HBO's "Hard Knocks" series. Some Jetsplayers shouted, "Revis Christ!" at him, while others poked funat Revis' bushy beard. "It was just good to see him," defensive tackle Kris Jenkinssaid. "He is a big part of this team and as much as some of uslike to stick our shoulders up and our chests out about how good weare, this is a 53-man game and you need everybody. Having him backreally puts the icing on the cake."