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Report: Revis gets $32 million for 1st 2 years

Posted on: September 6, 2010 11:11 pm
 
Posted by Will Brinson

Darrelle Revis got a new deal and he's ready to join the Jets and Rex Ryan is not throwing tantrums anymore because his best player is on board -- those are the important things to know about the end of the Revis Holdout Saga.

Also important are the details of Revis' contract; after all, what could the Jets have offered to finally get Revis' camp to cave? Fortunately, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk has some reports on just that.

Three of the most important things are 1) Revis gets $32 million over the first two years of his deal (making him higher paid per year than Nnamdi Asomugha), 2) $13.772 million is guaranteed for skill and $13.772 is guaranteed for injury and 3) the voidable three years of his contract for 2014, 2015 and 2016 are contingent on Revis not holding out.

In other words, if he decides he wants ANOTHER contract before this one is up (which isn't that far-fetched, I suppose), those three years remain on the deal, which gives the Jets leverage they hope will keep Revis from wanting more money, which he might considering it's reported that he'll get $13.5 million total for the other two years of the deal.

At that point, he'll have pocked the first $32 million, so it's not that big of a potential dealbreaker, and it's possible/likely the Jets will have given him another contract once the lockout situation is sorted out.

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Since: Aug 11, 2009
Posted on: September 8, 2010 10:15 am
 

Report: Revis gets $32 million for 1st 2 years

Glad to see Revis back though you wonder if he is fully in game shape for the opener.

It appears as if the team has strengthened the defense but you wonder if the team made too many personnel moves in the off season.  Releasing RB Thomas Jones and Leon Washington, receiver Lavernaues (sp?) Coles, and guard Alan Faneca could lead to a lack of continuity on offense.  And frankly, I am troubled by the fact that management willingly invested so much money on Revis but failed to do the same with Richardson. While he was re-signed, why not guarantee the money for him as they did with Revis? Somehow, I am forced to think that this may have some demoralizing effect on the player.

All these changes within such a short time frame is going to require huge adjustments from the Jets.  I wish them much luck!



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