NEW YORK - MARCH 16: (FILE PHOTO) New York Jets Darrelle Revis poses for a portrait on March 16 2010 in New York New York. It was reported that cornerback Darrelle Revis of the New York Jets who held out for seven months on his contract has agreed to a four-year deal. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
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The New York Jets were happy to see cornerback Darrelle Revis show up to the team's mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. Revis, who has two years remaining on his current contract, recently publicly expressed a desire for a new deal, leading some to wonder if he would show up this week.
Missing mandatory minicamp is pricey -- $10,000 fine for day one, $20,000 for day two and $30,000 for the third day. That'd be $60,000 for missing a three-day minicamp, which Revis apparently isn't interested in doing.
Revis will likely continue to make some noise about his deal, but the next key deadline is training camp, which starts in late July. If he's holding out by the time camp arrives, the Jets have a problem on their hands. Until then, there's not a high level of concern if he's showing up to the required portions of the offseason program.