On Monday, Jets CB Darrelle Revis sat out a few players toward the end of Jets minicamp. He originally cited light-headedness and a tweaked hamstring as the reasons for sitting out.
However, after speaking to the media, he admitted that it was a mini-protest against his contract and he wasn't really hurt.
The problem is that Rex Ryan didn't know he was just faking the injuries when he met with the media Ryan learned of Revis' protest through the media that afternoon.
On Tuesday, Revis didn't apologize for the stunt but did admit that he would talk to Ryan to smooth things over.
"This is the beginning of stuff turning bad," Revis said after a minicamp practice. "I'll talk to Rex today and we'll try to see eye to eye and try to do it the right way. [Monday] was a little frustration going back and forth, but he wants to keep things positive."
This contract situation is getting worse and worse. What once seemed like an easy, albeit large, contract, is turning contentious.
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