After a short holdout, Dee Milliner can focus on becoming the Jets’ next shutdown cornerback.
Victor Cruz wants a raise, but he’s not about to force the Giants’ hand with drastic measures.
Take a deep breath and relax, Jets fans. Your All-Pro cornerback is in Cortland.
Revis’ answers have mostly been vague, with an “I don’t know,” or contract talks will come “sooner or later.” Back in his hometown of Aliquippa, Pa., Revis gave us something entirely new.
Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora has just $3.975 million remaining on his seven-year contract. It’s a bargain. He knows it, and apparently so does Justin Tuck.
Buckle up, Giants fans. The Osi Umenyiora contract drama just shifted into high gear.
To hold out or not to hold out? Umenyiora wants a long-term extension, and it could cost him training camp — or possibly his future with New York.
Here we go again? Just under two years removed from his last ugly holdout, Revis wouldn’t rule out skipping training camp again this offseason.
Cruz, now a household name, wants to be paid like one. But he’s not about to become a training camp holdout if New York declines to show him the money.
The drama could begin as soon as Monday for unhappy Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora.
Cruz wants Big Blue to show him the money. But that doesn’t mean he’d consider stiff-arming his team with a training camp holdout.
Umenyiora missed the opening of camp on Friday. He said during the summer that he was unhappy because general manager Jerry Reese failed to live up to a promise to renegotiate his contact after last season.
Darrelle Revis and Rex Ryan looked at each other, huddled in a conference room in Florida, and immediately knew they had the same game plan. The New York Jets’ star cornerback wanted to get back on the football field.
The New York Jets are not only in danger of losing holdout Darrelle Revis for the 2010 season – They could lose Revis for good, reports Yahoo! Sports’ Jason Cole.