Darrelle Revis is looking to get broke off. Soon.

The two-time Pro Bowl CB said today that his agent Neil Schwartz is in the early negotiation stages on a long-term extension with the Jets. Revis, in the fourth year of his original six-year, $30 million contract, is set to pocket $1 million in base salary this season.

Even though he's collected about $15 million during the first three seasons of the deal, Revis believes he's outperformed his contract and is looking to lock down a new deal by the Sept. 13 opener.

"They're preliminary," Revis said of the contract talks. "It's in the process."

Revis, remember, boycotted the first 20 days of training camp during his rookie season while awaiting for both sides to agree on a deal. The final two years of the contract can be voided since he's reached certain playing incentives.

He's coming off his best season, leading the Jets with six interceptions and a team-best 31 passes defensed on the way to shutting down some of the league's top-flight receivers.

Mike Tannenbaum and Woody Johnson definitely have their work cut out for them. They might have to order some new checks.

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That's because besides Revis, C Nick Mangold, LB David Harris and LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson are seeking new long-term deals. The contracts of WRs Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards, and CB Antonio Cromartie -- among others -- expire after the season and the Jets will have to decide what to do with them.

Mangold, like Revis, wants something done ASAP.

"I’m going into my last year and it’s a sense of security for me and I don’t want to blow out a knee or do something else drastic and not be able to continue on the way I want to," said Mangold, who added he briefly spoke with his agent about the situation last night. "So it’s a big thing to have security."

Especially after seeing Leon Washington go down with a broken fibula in the final year of his rookie contract.

"Regardless of guys in the past," Mangold said, "I think just as a player, going into the last year of your contract, having that opportunity to get hurt and not have anything is always fresh in your mind no matter what team you are on. I think that’s a big motivating factor for me, to make sure that I’m covered."