Found June 19, 2012 on
Jets fans, I'm going to make this simple, Revis won't be a holdout or get a new deal this year.
First and foremost, Revis has a clause in his contract that if he holds out; the Jets can tack on three years for next to nothing.
Revis would never risk that, he is in his prime. He knows this and he will have to play this year; the Jets simply can’t afford a new deal right now. It’s not all bad for Revis, his agent added him a clause as well.
The Jets can’t franchise him after this deal. This deal gives both sides a little insurance, making it a win-win deal.
Let’s face it; Revis and Rex Ryan are the face of this franchise. Revis will sign a new deal NEXT year and not in 2012. The Jets simply can't afford to pay him again, after they paid him $32 million the last two years when they didn't even have to.
That's right he was under contract and the Jets rewarded him. Now he has to play for a little less for one year - if he has a problem with it he shouldn’t of ...
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