Gasoline for the Fire

Brian Bassett, TheJetsBlog.com

It’s a simple and fair counterpoint to my ramblings this morning, but it’s also in the best interest of that unnamed AFC executive to help drive a wedge between the Jets and Revis, so let’s not get too carried away here by someone feeding that information out for public consumption without attaching their name.  Meeting with Revis’s agents is a courtesy that the Jets could have extended.  It’s more than likely that Woody Johnson is the one in the driver’s seat when it comes to this contract matter … for good or ill.  Anything regarding Revis is going through Woody, and right now he’s not interested in talking extension.

We love Revis and are hoping against what seems now like conventional logic that he somehow can stay with the team for the long-term but it’s a bad situation and could be getting much worse.





2 comments
jayhawkey
jayhawkey

This is where Coughlin could really miss on a special player....."ok he's contributing in the red zone..he's 6"4 reading coverage...great hands...good separation...but we can't keep him because he doesn't do "special teams" well. I wonder if the rest of the Head Coaches cut or bench players that are very good at their position but haven't  been blocked by a 250 lb full speed linebacker since High School?

Rob McBurney
Rob McBurney

Give him a chance!!! Specially in the red zone!!!