Darrelle Revis: How Will Revis Holdout Hurt the NY Jets?

August 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Jets are one of the most media hyped teams to start the NFL season.
BetMania.com and other sportsbooks, posted odds listing the Jets as one of the top teams to win the Super bowl.
The band wagon is getting full in New York, and even I listed them as one of the six sleeper teams that can win the Super Bowl.
Then it happened. Darrelle Revis became a hold out.
One of the best players on the Jets roster, and perhaps in football, is not in training camp for the Jets.
Revis wants to be the highest paid cornerback in the league. He currently is supposed to make $1 million but is asking for $16 million. That is a big difference and in order to get paid like the best corner in football, he is agreeing to leave $20 million on the table over the next two years.
Rex Ryan is a player’s coach, so it’s no surprise that he supports his All-Pro player.“If he signs a contract one day before the first game, he’ll be in the starting lineup,...

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