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New York Jets Darrelle Revis is expected to report to the team's training camp July 26 with the rest of his teammates— thus avoiding his second holdout in three years.
A person familiar with the All-Pro cornerback told USA Today
Friday that he expects Revis to arrive at the Cortland, N.Y. camp on time and begin working out with the team.
Revis previously expressed uncertainty about the status of his current contract and was looking for the Jets to re-do his deal.
Arguably the Jets' best player, Revis said last month he was not sure if he would report to training camp on July 26 unless the team made some changes in his four-year, $46 million dollar contract. The contract hasn't changed so there's no telling why he changed his mind.
Revis is due to make $13.5 million over the next two seasons— including $7.5 million in 2012. He made $32.5 million in salary and bonuses the last two years after renegotiating his contract a few days before the 2010 season. The stubborn defensive back held out for 35 days and missed the entire Jets training camp that summer.
Widely considered the best cornerback in the NFL, Revis seems to pull this stunt every summer. It's getting to be tiresome. The Jets camp is already interesting enough with the Tebow/Sanchez saga and Rex Ryan's weight loss.
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After some uncertainty regarding Darrelle Revis' contract situation with the Jets, the star corner has reportedly decided he will not hold out from training camp.
Darrelle Revis is planning to show up for training camp.
A person familiar with the decision says the New York Jets' All-Pro cornerback expects to report with the rest of his teammates next Thursday in Cortland, N.Y., rather than hold out in a contract dispute for the second time in three summers.
Revis said last month he was uncertain if he would report for training camp while...
Darrelle Revis has been in the news again this offseason with “will he, won’t he” holdout speculation as Revis, who is vastly underpaid over the next 2 seasons, 13.5 million over 2 years, has refused to commit to Training Camp. However, the Associated Press cites a source close with the situation that Revis will be there for day 1 of Training Camp and that the two sides have...
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis will show up to SUNY Cortland for Jets training camp on July 26, ending speculation about another possible Darrelle Revis holdout. There has been a lot of speculation and guessing back and forth over the potential holdout, with many suggesting that Darrelle Revis would not show up for training camp on time.
There have been multiple NFL...
Darrelle Revis tweeted out what he calls the New York Jets anthem and until today was not expected to enter training camp.
It's the main reason I don't understand the Jets.
I get why Revis has received some heat. Athletes are always holding out on contracts and pushing for more money. Revis is generally hot headed, and two years ago, after a long holdout, managed to secure...
With training camp less than a week away and the 2012 season just around the corner it is time for a nearly annual rite of passage for Jets fans, the threat of a Darrelle Revis holdout. Revis, the 27 year old All-Pro cornerback, has held out twice already (2007, 2010) and was threatening to make the third time the charm next week. He is the unquestioned best cornerback in the NFL...
It started with a simple tweet from Darrelle Revis’ marketing manager John Geiger and then turned into something, or maybe it didn’t. John asked the best place to stay in Cortland? So why is that a big deal? Well, why would John be going to Cortland if Darrelle was going to be holding out? Exactly. Maybe this is a good sign!
e_man RT @JohnGeiger_...
According to the Associated Press, New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis is planning on showing up for training camp, and has decided to not hold out.
“Darrelle Revis is planning to show up for training camp,” reported the AP.
“A person familiar with the decision said the New York Jets’ All-Pro cornerback expects to report with the rest of his teammates next...
New York Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis plans to show up for training camp instead of holding out, according to NFL.com.
Revis expects to show up Thursday to training camp along with his other teammates instead of missing camp over a contract dispute for the second time in three summers.
The 27-year-old said last month he wants the Jets to redo the four-year, $46 million...
The biggest question for the New York Jets heading into training camp is, will cornerback Darrelle Revis show up, or hold out?
Revis’ manager John Geiger may have slipped up on Twitter and hinted at him reporting to Cortland, NY on time.
Darrelle Revis’ biz mgr. Hmmm. RT “@JohnGeiger_: Where is a good place to stay in Cortland?
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) July...
The offseason saga between the Jets front office and Darrelle Revis appears to have a happy ending. While the two sides have yet to work out a long-term contract, the All-Pro cornerback is planning to attend next week's training camp.