In the days leading up to the start of Jets training camp, GM Mike Tannenbaum sent two contract proposals to Darrelle Revis' agents, both of which were declined.
Revis never showed up to the start of camp and still hasn't nine days later.
The two sides -- GM Mike Tannenbaum and Revis' agents -- met last Friday in New York to discuss his contract, according to the NY Daily News.
"HBO wanted to be there, but we declined," Feinsod said today, referring to the "Hard Knocks" reality show. "We presented Mike with a proposal to show Mr. (Woody) Johnson, and we are waiting for a response."
For now, both sides will wait while Tannenbaum and the Jets owner look over the proposal.
Revis' nine day holdout has cost him approximately $144,000 in fines and he has reportedly been insistent that he won't show up to training camp without a new contract.
He wants to be paid more than Nnamdi Asomugha, the Raiders defensive back who is the highest paid cornerback in the game.