According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, the relationship between the New York Jets and the agents for cornerback Darrelle Revis is in bad shape and there’s a chance that he won’t re-sign with them when he becomes a free agent in 2013.
“This tempest figures to nix any chance of Revis being a “Jet for life,” as he tweeted in mid-July. Sure, Revis has two years remaining on the deal the Jets gave him in 2010. Between this season and next, he’ll make $14 million, the final seasons of a four-year, $46 million extension,” wrote Cole. “Revis can’t be franchised when this deal is done. So once the 2013 campaign ends, Revis will be 28 and ready to hit the open market. Based on the fractured relationship between the Jets and Revis’ agents, it’s hard to imagine things going well.”
“As a Jets source put it this week, ‘You work on the things you can fix.’ The Jets aren’t working to fix this situation now,” reported Cole.
The problem with the Jets is that they’re not run like a first class organization and Revis should do himself a favor and get out as quickly as he can.