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Darrelle Revis could be dug in

The weekly Holdout Watch is coming Thursday.  But one of the current holdouts deserves its own PFTV segment.

Darrelle Revis, Jets corner, has stayed away from training camp.  Will he continue to stay away?

For the answer, click the play button.

 
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35 Responses to “Darrelle Revis could be dug in”
  1. SomeFans says: Aug 4, 2010 12:37 PM

    Yet another example of the poor management in noo jersey. Get your excuses ready gag green… looks like you’ll need them.

  2. meatman says: Aug 4, 2010 12:50 PM

    Now what would people think if he blows out a knee while training during the holdout? ..assuming he works out

  3. meatman says: Aug 4, 2010 12:55 PM

    also.. in the video they talk about how people can say that “he signed the deal, he has to live by it” ..and the counter argument is the team can cut him anytime.. if he’s due $20 mil a year on the back half of the contract as I think I heard them say in the video. Why dont they come to an agreement to guarantee the majority of that money? I mean the team agreed to pay that, right?!
    (but we all know he would prob be cut before that is due, or want to renegotiate)

  4. ylekram1 says: Aug 4, 2010 1:09 PM

    yet another example of the poor novice fan on the internet

  5. Bleeding Green says: Aug 4, 2010 1:10 PM

    No excuses SomeFans. With or without Revis, Henne’s gonna be on his back all night long in week 3.

  6. JAJ says: Aug 4, 2010 1:13 PM

    This is all the Jets fault. Maybe this experience will teach the HC & GM to keep their fat mouths shut. Probably not. Still it’s gonna be fun watchin’ them go 8-8.

  7. ylekram1 says: Aug 4, 2010 1:14 PM

    yet another example of the poor novice fan on the internet

  8. IronCIty says: Aug 4, 2010 1:22 PM

    Why dont NFL teams put certain language in the original contract that states “if the player holds out at any point during the contract signed, he will repay his signing bonus”?
    Doubt a holdout will ever happen again. Why wouldnt the player sign it, he is obviously happy when he signs his contract.
    Just a thought

  9. NewYorkSackExchange2010 says: Aug 4, 2010 1:26 PM

    Revis wants 6 years guaranteed and he’ll take 12 mil a year, if not he wants 16 mil a year. Jets won’t do either, which is smart from a organization standpoint because based on the current salary cap that is nearly %13 of the cap on one guy on a 53 man roster. Revis has really screwed himself now and the Jets know it. By holding out he has waived all guaranteed money on his current deal, and come August 11th if he still is a hold out he will waive one year towards unrestricted FA so expect the Jets on August 12th to offer to re-guarantee the remainder of his current deal plus kick out a cool 15 mil or so bonus essentally paying him 12-15 mil for the next 3years starting in 2010. So come 2013 when his deal is up he is still a RFA to the Jets allowing them to match any offer made or refuse to match and be compensated with most likely a 1st & 3rd rounder in 2013.

  10. meatman says: Aug 4, 2010 1:27 PM

    They werent going anywhere this season anyway.. haha

  11. Burritto says: Aug 4, 2010 1:27 PM

    Could you speak more quietly in these segments, please, Florio? I was trying to listen to Brocato BREATHE INTO HIS MIC FOR 3 STRAIGHT MINUTES and I could barely hear him over all your blathering.

  12. DrakeDB says: Aug 4, 2010 1:34 PM

    Who cares? Let him sit out a year. No corner is worth 15M even if Al Davis is stupid enough to pay one that much.

  13. Mumakata says: Aug 4, 2010 1:41 PM

    Sign the man, Jests!! He is over rated, beat by Teddy Ginn twice last year, and a malcontent. Give him as much as he wants, he’ll make Haynesworth look like a hard worker. Can’t wait for the Jests to implode, and I can watch the division fall to the Phins. Sign him!

  14. KoaMisiFan says: Aug 4, 2010 1:47 PM

    Revis better sign if they want that 6-10 record. Otherwise, expect their usual 4-12.

  15. william sizemore says: Aug 4, 2010 1:51 PM

    When are they going to place New Jersey Props logos on there helmets? Bill

  16. TheTitanofNewYork says: Aug 4, 2010 2:00 PM

    I do love how there has been zero news and word from either camp since yesterday. But this lovely website all of a sudden is saying he won’t play the whole season. Good job taking 4 articles you wrote over the past month and turning them into one waste of time.
    As a Jets fan, i hope he gets there sooner than later, even if they give him something similar to Chris Johnson, that just makes him happy now and the Jets can deal with the rest next year.
    Either way, he should be on the field and I like to believe he misses the team because he would not be as strong without the depth of that defence.
    FYI everyone saying 4-12 or whatever, take your personal teams out of the mix, you know the strength in this football team, and you have to think they will be tough to beat, especially at home!

  17. FinFan68 says: Aug 4, 2010 2:11 PM

    Another ego got stroked too much. He is good but the Jets depth can sustain his loss and still be very good. Let him sit and rot and get much less than he was already going to get before he opened his big mouth and cried like a 5 year old

  18. 2000TJ says: Aug 4, 2010 2:29 PM

    Trade him now. Get top value for him – maybe a 1st and 3rd and two other players. Don’t waste your time your this trash player. He is good, but very limited on his overall impact. He takes one wideout out the play. That’s it.
    Trade him now while he is on top and build a team of players who are there to play.

  19. Greg says: Aug 4, 2010 2:49 PM

    J.E.T.S.= JUST END THE SEASON
    It doesn’t matter if Revis plays or not. The NY Jokes will be a sub .500 team once again. This crowd of losers have always had the biggest mouths in the NFL. Yet they have been to the SB one time and won the division 3 times in their 50 year existence. They always are the pre-season champs every year. Then they end up post season chumps. They should shut up and crawl back under the rock they came from. They were lucky that the last 2 teams they played last year laid down or they would have been 7-9. The Lions have a better history then these invertabrates.

  20. rusH1023 says: Aug 4, 2010 3:00 PM

    Burritto says:
    Could you speak more quietly in these segments, please, Florio? I was trying to listen to Brocato BREATHE INTO HIS MIC FOR 3 STRAIGHT MINUTES and I could barely hear him over all your blathering.
    ________________________________
    I just laughed out loud. Thought the same thing.

  21. headrush4you says: Aug 4, 2010 3:13 PM

    Can the Ravens please pick this man up!?!?

  22. cousinrk says: Aug 4, 2010 3:21 PM

    Breaking News From PFT and Mike Florio…sources say the NYJets are to blame for the gulf oil spill. Yes its true because PFT and Florio said it is.

  23. Mike Daly says: Aug 4, 2010 3:33 PM

    No, TitanofNewYork – Thde Jets are not that good. They didn’t bring in players to compliment what they had, they did here what they did in 1996 and to a lesser extent most other years – they brought in a bunch of NAMES. The guys they brought in have attitude problems and they played their way off their previous squads.
    The 2009 Jets did not stop a single quality offense that came to play with a full load of ammo – New England in Week Two saw Joey Galloway keep dropping the ball (the Jets got creamed in the rematch); Indianapolis quit on the game in Week 16 (then scored 24 unanswered points to put the playoff game away); San Diego MISSED three makeable FGAs. And the playoffs were misleading for Sanchez – his game never once improved; he had no ability to carry the team and his play regressed as the season went on. That is a bad sign for his future – good quarterbacks pick up as their rookie season proceeds.

  24. Bleeding Green says: Aug 4, 2010 3:45 PM

    Mike Daly says “The 2009 Jets did not stop a single quality offense that came to play with a full load of ammo”
    I suppose the Texans and Saints didn’t count? Mr. Daly, you sir are an idiot.

  25. 420fan says: Aug 4, 2010 4:57 PM

    ahhh the jest and their unfortunate mouths have created this nightmare. Let Revis be that good for a few years in a row, and then he can be almost as good as Nnamdi. Nnamdi was the epitome of class. PLAYED out his first contract, got tagged, scared offenses from passing his way and never said a word. Good luck with an OVER RATED Revis holding out, cuz fat boy ryan said he was better…..ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

  26. smithopher says: Aug 4, 2010 5:04 PM

    @ mike daly – The Jets didn’t let up a touchdown until what, week 3 or 4 last season? The only touchdown that was scored against them was a pick from the rookie Mark Sanchez. That’s a different conversation, but the defense shut everybody down. New Orleans scored only 10 points on offense. The rest came from Darren Sharpers 2 picks (one returned for a TD) and special teams. Indy didn’t start beating the Jets until after Shonn Greene was out of the game. They couldn’t stop that man before he’d already picked up 5 or 6 yards per carry.
    And, the Jets DID bring in veterans to compliment the talent they had drafted. They drafted solid players, like the ones named Nick Mangold (best center in NFL), Darrelle Revis (best CB in NFL who kept Andre Johnson, Ocho Cinco, Randy Moss, Steve Smith, Roddy White, T.O., Marques Colston each to under 35 yards at least once), David Harris (top 5 in AFC pro-bowl votes for ILB), D’Brickashaw Ferguson (pro-bowl injury replacement), Dustin Keller, Shaun Ellis (pro-bowl injury replacement), Bryan Thomas, Shonn Greene and Mark Sanchez (first rookie QB/RB duo to ever pass and rush for a TD in their first two playoff games), Dwight Lowery, and Jerricho Cotchery (the man who’s got hands as good as anybody’s).
    As for Sanchez, as I mentioned, he played well in the playoffs. He did improve as the season went on. He wasn’t necessarily developing as a Peyton Manning-style passer as much as a game manager, making sure that run game (the offense’s primary weapon) would work just right when he stepped behind the line.
    People talk about how the Jets were 9-7, they started off the season looking like one of the top teams in the NFL, suffered Kris Jenkins and Leon Washington season-ending injuries, and had to adjust. They did in time to make a run for the playoffs and kicked ass while they were there. San Diego lost cause their field goal kicker missed the field goals. Historically, Kaeding can’t make a kick against the Jets in the playoffs. Check the books. Further, 3 points aren’t guaranteed, that’s why they kick it and don’t just peg up 3 on the scoreboard and go kick off after third down. They weren’t the superior team, their kicker blew ass.

  27. KoaMisiFan says: Aug 4, 2010 5:13 PM

    @Bleeding Green
    You do know they lost to the Saints don’t you? As a matter of fact, they only beat two teams with winning records (Houston — first games are always 50/50 as to who wins — see Buff almost beating NE and NE — when Brady was still rusty); two teams with .500 records Tenn (with Collins at QB) and Car (not exactly a powerhouse) and three teams with a combined 14-34 record (Oak, Buff, TB). They did however lose to NO, MIA (twice) Buff, Jax, NE and ATL. All teams with pretty good offenses (except Buffalo but Division games are almost always tight). We won’t even talk about the last two games where the cheerleaders, equipment guys and waterboys played against them.

  28. KoaMisiFan says: Aug 4, 2010 5:21 PM

    @smithopher
    Actually, the coaches tied Sancheezy’s hands and took the ball out of his hands and that’s how he became a “game manager, making sure that run game (the offense’s primary weapon) would work just right when he stepped behind the line”.
    As for Kaeding missing three FGs, just make the two easy chip shot 30+ yarders and they win the game 20-17 instead of losing 17-14. The jests didn’t block those FGs, Kaeding just missed them. But then, the Chargers choke in the playoffs every year. Look it up.

  29. ampats says: Aug 4, 2010 6:21 PM

    Smithopher,
    Your posts are always entertaining as I can picture you behind those rose colored glasses.
    “He wasn’t developing Peyton Manning style”, I almost fell off my chair laughing.
    You are a prime example of why people laugh at Jets fans.
    Woulda, coulda, shoulda
    but as always happens NEVER DIDA

  30. HellRelle24 says: Aug 4, 2010 6:49 PM

    and the normal arrogant unrealistic dolphin fans are out…with a side of ampats (who actually makes good posts, sometimes ridiculous but good). while the phin fans literally have no idea what they are talking about

  31. HellRelle24 says: Aug 4, 2010 6:53 PM

    koa just curious….when was the dolphins last playoff win? and you are talking about the chargers choking…are you really serious bro?

  32. HellRelle24 says: Aug 4, 2010 6:56 PM

    Mumakata says:
    August 4, 2010 1:41 PM
    Sign the man, Jests!! He is over rated, beat by Teddy Ginn twice last year, and a malcontent. Give him as much as he wants, he’ll make Haynesworth look like a hard worker. Can’t wait for the Jests to implode, and I can watch the division fall to the Phins. Sign him!
    are you dolphin fans really proud to read posts like this, and see how embarassing you all truely are? when you come onto every one of our articles and spew shit like this out of ur mouth…assanine

  33. monropoobah says: Aug 4, 2010 7:50 PM

    blah blah yada yada who cares. he’ll play or he won’t, whichever. either way it’s like the weather (florio etc knows this as well as anyone but their job is to generate ‘interest’ in this site anyway they can. they’re often pretty out front about what they’re doing) anyway, like the weather. there’s no point in getting worked up over something you have no control over. it’s not even interesting. anybody got any new lapband jokes?
    the dolphag the patsy and the jest walked into a bar…
    (continue with the next line)

  34. KoaMisiFan says: Aug 4, 2010 9:11 PM

    Well bro, yes I am. I’ll be the first to admit that the Fins have had some pretty down years for a while (unlike jests fans). That’s what happens when they change coaches every couple years. Now, the trifecta is in place for their third year and we’ll see how it allgoes. But that still doesn’t take away from the fact that the Chargers have had great seasons and made the playoffs several of the last few years but choke in them. They’ve got the same amount of SB trophies as the Fins and the jests.

  35. KoaMisiFan says: Aug 4, 2010 9:12 PM

    Wow HellRelle24,
    guess you haven’t been to the Fins articles lately have you? Read some of your kind’s assinine posts and then get back to us.

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