Darrelle Revis drew headlines last week when he skipped the Jets OTAs. The reason, according to reports, was his displeasure with his current contract which is set to pay him $1 million in 2010 and $20 million in 2011 and 2012 if the Jets exercise buybacks.
That ended today as Revis was back at Jets OTAs, according to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com. This is the second to last offseason practice for the Jets.
Some were speculating that Revis' OTA "holdout" (they're voluntary) last week was "no coincidence". It was the same day Hard Knocks was at the facility filming a spot for the upcoming show. It also came on the one day a week the media was allowed to view practice.
The Jets have expressed interest in getting a new deal done for Revis, Coach Rex Ryan has called him the best defensive player in the league. GM Mike Tannenbaum said he would like to get him a new contract "within reason" but cited the uncertain labor landscape as a potential problem.
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