Just two years after holding out before signing a new contract, New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis is at it again, making noise that he'll repeat his summer of 2010 maneuverings. Sure, his last contract was front-loaded, and he'll make an average of only $6.75 million the next two seasons, but a contract is a contract, right? Or is it, in the complicated world of the NFL, with non-guaranteed contracts, signing bonuses and tacit promises to rip up the old one and start anew? What do you think? Does Revis deserve a new contract? Or should he pipe down and play?
Question Of The Week: Does Darrelle Revis Deserve A New Contract?
By Jeff Freier