The injury further clouds the contract status of Revis, who reported for training camp in July despite saying he was unsure if he would because he was hoping the Jets would rework the $46 million, four-year deal he signed in 2010. He is set to earn $13.5 million during the next two years after the deal — reached after a 36-day holdout in 2010 — was front-loaded with $32.5 million in the first two years.
But after not getting a new deal this offseason, many thought Revis and the team would re-visit the matter after this season. If he doesn’t have a new contract by training camp next summer, he could become a free agent after the 2013 season.
‘‘Yeah, I want to be a Jet for life,’’ Revis said in July. ‘‘If management don’t see fit (to) that, then I have to move on.’’
NOTES: LB Calvin Pace clarified his postgame comments about Dolphins RB Reggie Bush when he said the Jets ‘‘had to put him on out.’’ Bush injured his left knee Sunday, but should be fine. ‘‘I wasn’t trying to say it as if we were trying to hurt him,’’ Pace said Monday. ‘‘I'm sad to see him get hurt. We aren’t running any kind of bounty system or anything like that, and actually, looking at the play, somebody just fell on his knee. That’s all I have to say. I guess I need to say things in a different manner, and I'll do a better job of it next time.’’ ... Through three games, the Jets have just three sacks: two by linebacker Garrett McIntyre and one by nose tackle Sione Po'uha.
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