Darrelle Revis has been cleared of all charges regarding an altercation that took place in Pittsburgh last month, in which two men were knocked out cold.
A witness testified Wednesday that he came to Revis's aid during the fight and was responsible for the knockout punches.
Revis, who is from Pittsburgh, added that he would love a chance to play for the Steelers.
"If you was my friend and you said you was getting jumped, I'd help you", Bolton told a prosecutor.
Revis, 31, is an unrestricted free agent, having been released by the New York Jets, effective March 9. With $6 million fully guaranteed from the Jets that is subject to offset language, Revis would be working for free if he plays for $6 million or less.
Revis, 31, is a free agent and has said he'd like to continue his National Football League career, which includes a Super Bowl championship with New England and seven Pro Bowl selections.
Revis also indicated Wednesday that he's lost 10 pounds since last season and is working with a new trainer and has changed his entire nutrition plan, per Kinkhabwala.
Revis was the Jets' 2007 first-round pick (14th overall) out of the University of Pittsburgh.