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Revis holdout talk again

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Posted 31 May 2012 - 07:18 PM

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Three weeks after claiming he's happy with his contract, New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis fueled a new round of speculation Thursday by refusing to guarantee he will report for the start of training camp.

"I don't know," Revis said after the Jets' OTA practice, becoming testy. "That's all I'm telling you. I don't know if I am or I'm not."
Coach Rex Ryan said he expects Revis to be in Cortland, N.Y., on July 26, reporting day.

"I think Revis will be, yes," said Ryan, who declined to elaborate on the matter.

This has been an on-again, off-again issue since April, when Revis told reporters he might not show up for training camp. He has done it before -- he missed the 2010 preseason because of an acrimonious holdout -- and another potential conflict seemed to be gaining momentum.

Revis has two years and $13.5 million remaining on the contract he renegotiated two years ago. He earned $32.5 million over the first two years of the deal, with sources indicating he wants to maintain that average over a new, long-term contract.

But Revis recently downplayed his desire for a new contract, saying he's "cool" with his current deal.

"I signed it two years ago," Revis said. "I'm not unhappy about nothing."

The Jets appear dead-set against giving Revis a new deal, so it's quite possible the All-Pro cornerback had abandoned his hope for another renegotiation.

Then came Thursday.

"Here we go with the contract questions," Revis said, smiling. "I'm here and I'll be playing. I'm getting ready for this season; that's all I can do. Anything with my contract, we'll deal with that in the future. Right now, I have to get prepared for this year."
When asked if the contract matter is history, Revis bristled, saying he already had made his feelings clear.

"Whatever you want to write, I'm telling you I'm getting ready for the season," he said. "If something lingers, you'll find out. It'll be in the papers."

Asked point-blank if he'll show up on Day One of training camp in late July, Revis turned non-committal. He declined to explain why.

"Why do I have to answer that?" he asked.

The two sides tried to hammer out a long-term contract two summers ago, eventually settling for a one-year extension on top of the three years that remained on his rookie deal. The new package was worth $46 million over four years.

At the time, it was described as a "Band-Aid" contract, with the two sides agreeing to pursue a long-term deal at a later date. When that later date may be is the sticking point.

The current contract includes a clause that prohibits the Jets from using the franchise tag. It also includes a provision that seemingly would dissuade Revis from holding out. If he's a no-show for training camp, it triggers a three-year extension, through 2016, at relatively modest salaries.

Ryan has said on many occasions that Revis and Deion Sanders are the best cornerbacks he's ever seen, and that Revis is a sure-fire Hall of Famer. On Thursday, Ryan made light of the comparison, suggesting Revis should be paid like Sanders -- knowing, of course, that salaries have increased since Deion's playing days.

"What I'm saying is, Deion Sanders made X amount of dollars, so Revis, sign that contract," Ryan said. "Go ahead and negotiate it now. I think that's being fair."
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Posted 31 May 2012 - 07:43 PM

He'll be in camp. He'll be stupid no to. The Jets own him if he holds out again.
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Posted 31 May 2012 - 09:25 PM

This has been an ongoing story since the only question the media will ask him is about holding out. So much for integrity.
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Exterminate all rational thought, that is the conclusion I have come to
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Posted 31 May 2012 - 09:43 PM

The Jets have done a good job of toning it down this offseason. The media is going crazy. First, they beat the Sanchez/Tebow drum to the point that everyone's ears are bleeding. Now, with no new Tim Tebow news and Sachez getting all the 1st team QB reps (and McElroy stealing some 2nd team reps), they turn to Revis.
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Posted 31 May 2012 - 10:18 PM

Yeah idk what will happen, its something we know Revis isn't afraid of doing. But there was reports that said the feeling was with Revis and his people that they don't think a deal will get done this year and that he'll just play this year. Then Revis' comments today get you nervous, there have been no reports that the Jets have been talking with Revis people about getting a extension done. IDK, hopefully he shows up to camp, we really don't need him holding out again. I think this teamc could have a good season.
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Posted 01 June 2012 - 02:30 AM

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"Here we go with the contract questions," Revis said, smiling.


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If he's a no-show for training camp, it triggers a three-year extension, through 2016, at relatively modest salaries.



The only people talking holdout is the media. If he holds out and enacts the extension then Tanny won't budge. He had 2 years on his deal and Tanny really didn't want to give Revis a new contract(if you remember from Hard Knocks). If he has 5 years on his deal(assuming holdout extension) then Revis' only option would be if he were to get traded. Frankly, I don't think even a team like the Redskins would give a new deal to Revis in addition to whatever boatload of compensation they would have to give the Jets.
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Posted 01 June 2012 - 08:24 AM

View PostMoMilk1991, on 01 June 2012 - 03:30 AM, said:

[/size][/font][/color]The only people talking holdout is the media. If he holds out and enacts the extension then Tanny won't budge. He had 2 years on his deal and Tanny really didn't want to give Revis a new contract(if you remember from Hard Knocks). If he has 5 years on his deal(assuming holdout extension) then Revis' only option would be if he were to get traded. Frankly, I don't think even a team like the Redskins would give a new deal to Revis in addition to whatever boatload of compensation they would have to give the Jets.


The kicker is, in the holdout clause, it says that if he holdsout "through 2013" which means that we don't have to worry about this until 2014.
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