Originally posted on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 6/8/12

Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis might be in Cortland, N.Y. for the start of Jets training camp next month. Then again, he's not willing to make any promises as he mulls the financial aspects of the final two years of his current contract.

Revis signed a seven-year deal in September 2010 after a 36-day holdout, setting up another payday by the time he reaches age 28 because of options that can make it a four-year contract. That deal included $32 million guaranteed with a total value of $46 million. But that includes a total of $13.5 million over the next two seasons. He made $32.5 million in 2010 and 2011.

If Revis doesn't show up July 26 for the start of camp, it would be his third contract holdout. He was unsigned as a rookie when the Jets began training camp.

Revis said his goal is known to all Jets' executives -- he wants to retire with the Jets.

"I want to be here and never play for another organization again," Revis told the Newark Star-Ledger. "If they feel that, if (GM) Mike (Tannenbaum) feels that I'm that type of person to be here, then they will compensate me. If not, then it's the business of it."

Two years ago in a contentious standoff, Revis' agents had reportedly asked for a $10-year, $162 million deal in 2010 and the gap to close was significant. Coach Rex Ryan made a trip to Florida to speak to Revis to help facilitate that contract and has publicly championed his cause, calling him the NFL's best defensive player.

But he said in May that the contract issue is between Revis and Mike Tannenbaum.

Revis was asked at the start of OTAs if he planned to be present for the first day of training camp in July.

"I don't know," Revis said.

Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr signed a five-year, $50.1 million deal in March, topping the $50 million deal the Rams handed corner Cortland Finnegan. Carr's deal includes $26.5 million guaranteed, of which $10 million was a signing bonus.

The previous standard-bearer was Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. His five-year, $60 million deal signed July 29, 2011, included $25 million in guaranteed money.

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