Jets CB Darrelle Revis told reporters on Thursday that he plans to be at mandatory minicamp, which starts on Monday. Revis, who is angling for a much-deserved new contract, would be fined if he were to miss mandatory camp.
However, Revis would not commit to attending training camp, according to Rod Boone of Newsday.
From the sounds of things, Darrelle is going to be pretty [pissed off] if he doesn't get new deal by [training camp]. Angry enough to go play [for] another team.
Skipping training camp would be a very big deal. Revis could accrue daily fines in excess of $15,000 per day.
Revis also said being the highest paid cornerback in the league isn't the end all, be all but it is important.
Jets coach Rex Ryan has already said Revis is the best cornerback in the NFL so you can imagine Revis' reps will remind the Jets of that.
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