Forget getting star cornerback Darrelle Revis signed to a deal by the beginning of the season. Jets owner Woody Johnson doesn’t expect that to happen. But he’s also beginning to ponder the possibility of an entire season without arguably the best player on the team.
Expanding on that sentiment, Johnson told ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap Monday that he doesn’t expect Revis to play for the Jets this season.
“My gut feeling is, I would say no,” Johnson said.
Not playing would be a costly decision for Revis, who has to report to training camp by — um, tomorrow — if he wants 2010 to count toward his time served before unrestricted free agency.
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