Originally Posted by EM31
I said unless the whole things turns poisonous and that is all I said. Like Jackson in San Diego a few years ago sometimes things can go south in a hurry. As a practical matter Darrelle Revis still needs to prove to the world that he can be all world. He needs to do that next season and he needs to do that on the field.
Aside from that I have already agreed with you that camp Revis holds all of the cards and usually you are quicker on the uptake than that but just in case let me do it again. I agree with you Guido that camp Revis holds all of the cards except as noted above.
Feel better now?
Yes, thank. I DO feel better. But if the Jets force him to sit, it just delays his megadeal with another team by one year. He'll sign somewhere else for a one year try-out to show the world he still has it. So not only do the Jets lose him and get nothing, they lose his services for a year. Doubt that it would happen.