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    Do we know for a fact that the Jets are putting this $100M/$40M deal on the table?

    If not, it could actually be a leak/rumor by Revis' camp so that if/when the Jets come out with anything less than that the Jets look bad. Just a thought. :dunno:

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    It was mentioned in the paper today that Revis and his agent know nothing about this supposed $100M deal so it's just more BS being leaked out.

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    [QUOTE=hatnlvr;3627868]It was mentioned in the paper today that Revis and his agent know nothing about this supposed $100M deal so it's just more BS being leaked out.[/QUOTE]

    Yep only Revis and his honest agent are telling the truth.. Oh and of course papers never print anything that's not the absolute truth..:rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=Charlie Brown;3627859]Revis didnt leak crap, he came out and said that he is unhappy with negotiations that is not a leak!!!! Good Grief!!!:eek:

    And how many times has it been said PSLs have only a slight impact on ticket prices, or at least that is what the Jets Organization keeps saying.... :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

    Revis is negiotating in the press it's a negiotating tactic. What is that any different than the team responding in the press? The only reason to make a threat public is for PR. It's a two way street. Revis faking he's unhappiness is a pressure tactic.

    PSL pricing was probably figured at the time the stadium was being financed before the economic collapse. The reality is if they get less for PSL's the financing interest will have to be sucked up elsewhere.

    The other reality is regardless of stadium financing, ticket prices will go up if operating cost, including player salaries go up. If revenue can't keep pace with operating cost increases (player Salaries as one element) the team will go bust. If you bought a PSL, and operating revenue goes up, ticket prices will go up to offset the increased operating cost. PSL's give you the right to buy but it won't lock in your ticket price if operating revenue currently dominated by player salaries continues to escalate. People who buy PSL's may well find themselves lossing the PSL's down the road if their income doesn't keep up with player salary incomes as a percentage.

    Revis and other players use the fans on every level possible. The days where players were the pawns of monopoly ownership died when the owners needed Union deals to operate. The players today are part and parcell to management once they have a deal a Union contract in place. There is no getting the better of the man when you or in this case Revis is as much the man as Woody. They are partners.
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    [QUOTE=Winstonbiggs;3627913]Revis is negiotating in the press it's a negiotating tactic. What is that any different than the team responding in the press? The only reason to make a threat public is for PR. It's a two way street. Revis faking he's unhappiness is a pressure tactic.

    PSL pricing was probably figured at the time the stadium was being financed before the economic collapse. The reality is if they get less for PSL's the financing interest will have to be sucked up elsewhere.

    The other reality is regardless of stadium financing, ticket prices will go up if operating cost, including player salaries go up. If revenue can't keep pace with operating cost increases (player Salaries as one element) the team will go bust. If you bought a PSL, and operating revenue goes up, ticket prices will go up to offset the increased operating cost. PSL's give you the right to buy but it won't lock in your ticket price if operating revenue currently dominated by player salaries continues to escalate. People who buy PSL's may well find themselves lossing the PSL's down the road if their income doesn't keep up with player salary incomes as a percentage.

    Revis and other players use the fans on every level possible. The days where players were the pawns of monopoly ownership died when the owners needed Union deals to operate. The players today are part and parcell to management once they have a deal a Union contract in place. There is no getting the better of the man when you or in this case Revis is as much the man as Woody. They are partners.[/QUOTE]

    QFT. Voice of reason.

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    [QUOTE=Colemonster;3628070]QFT. Voice of reason.[/QUOTE]

    As the saying goes with age comes wisdom...;)

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