Found July 16, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Getty Images According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen via, the New York Jets can only wait and see if cornerback Darrelle Revis holds out from the start of training camp. “I think (the Jets) are going to see what Revis does,” Mortensen said. “He’s kept everyone guessing. I’m almost going to be surprised if he’s there day one.” I wouldn’t be shocked if Revis decides to hold out for a week.  He can’t hold out too long because he gets fined each day for holding out, since he’s under contract. The only thing we can all do at this point is wait and see what Revis does.

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