Cornered on the red carpet before the ESPY awards on Wednesday, Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis provided no new information for the network's cameras regarding his contract negotiations or a potential holdout when training camp opens on Aug. 1.
"Right now, my agent is doing the talking and I haven't gotten [any] feedback from him," Revis said. "As of right now, I'm clueless. Until he gives me an update on what's going on for the future, then I [don't] know."
Questioned about his plans for a holdout, Revis said, "I don't know. I still have a couple weeks to still think about it -- camp starts Aug. 1 -- so hopefully we can see eye to eye and get this thing done before camp starts."
Revis is scheduled to earn only $1 million this season, but he is guaranteed $20 million over the following two seasons. If he holds out, the Jets can void that guarantee. But that's a chance Revis might take in his effort to earn more than the $15 million Oakland's Nnamdi Asomugha makes.