Darrelle Revis Needs To Compromise in Holdout To Be a Jet Forever

August 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Lately, as team players ask for higher money without reporting to training camp and partaking in rigorous workouts and preparations with evidently all certitude to fathom that the NFL is an enterprise inheriting revenue, Darrelle Revis, a prolific cornerback of the New York Jets, is the prototype of a non-prioritized industry.
In a monopolized age when athletes are pampered with enormous deals without proving to be superstar-caliber, it’s not only a business where performance counts, but a business mismanaging to implement a wage scale as rookies are becoming rich and famous.

Considering that we live in a society where money is poorly invested and notoriously sabotages the integrity of sports because of the flow of cash, there is a shortage in teams' payrolls.
The perception of the Jets refusing to compromise with Revis is that it has induced the most complex holdout in NFL history, and as much as the shutdown defensive back is disgruntled over contract ...

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