Woody Keeps it on the Down Low Regarding Revis

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Woody doesn’t plan on worrying until there is a reason to.

“I really always anticipate the best, so I don’t really look for problems,” Johnson said. “We’re trying to build a whole team, we have a lot of things we have to put together to build a winning team, not just one player. Albeit an important player. We have 53 players, 53 people that are going to make the team, and everybody’s got a different situation. We’ve got to make it all work.”

A part everyone might not be aware of, Revis has a $1 million reporting bonus, contingent upon reporting on time. If he holds out, he could forfeit that bonus, as well as a $1 million roster bonus. If he reports the first day to collect, and then holds out, portions of both of the aforementioned bonuses would be forfeitable.

Bottom line? I, like Woody, don’t think we should worry now. We should worry when there is something to worry about. If he holds out, it could get interesting around here.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Darrelle Revis, NY Jets, Revis Contract, Revis Holdout, Woody Johnson

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