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Revis close to a deal? Not yet

Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis prepares to catch the

Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis prepares to catch the ball during NFL football minicamp in Florham Park, N.J. Revis is holding out from training camp, locked in a contract dispute with the team. Revis did not report with the rest of the teammates. (June 14, 2010) Credit: AP

Despite increased speculation that the Jets are closing in on a deal with holdout cornerback Darrelle Revis, there were strong indications late yesterday that there was actually no movement on negotiations for a long-term contract.

Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News said on his Twitter account yesterday that Revis’ agents, Jonathan Feinsod and Neil Scwhartz, were scheduled to have a meeting last night with Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum. But according to a person familiar with the situation, there was no scheduled meeting. A report by Dan Graziano on AOL Fanhouse also suggested the two sides were close to agreeing on a contract.

The Jets did not comment on the reports, citing a recent confidentiality clause agreed to by the team and the agents.

Revis has made $15 million over the first three years of his contract, and is due to make $21 million over his next three seasons. He is scheduled to make $1 million this season. Revis held out in his rookie season to reach agreement on his current deal.

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