Two years after a contentious holdout between Darrelle Revis and the New York Jets, the two sides might have to ready themselves for round two.
Revis, appearing at a charity function in Manhattan on Monday, said he is unsure whether he will stay away from training camp this summer in hopes of renegotiating his deal.
"I just don't know," Revis said. "I'm not saying I am going to hold out. I'm not saying I'm not going to hold out. I just don't know. Right now my focus is being on the team."
The Jets and the All-Pro cornerback agreed to a four-year, $46 million contract in 2010 after a 35-day holdout.
There has been speculation Revis would hold out, though, because the contract was viewed as a short-term fix and not a long-term solution by both sides. There might be some disagreement over how short-term the contract was intended to be.
Revis made $32.5 million over the past two years, but his compensation drops dramatically this year. He is scheduled to make $7.5 million in 2012 a...