Three days in and all of the focus has been on what, or how much, the New York Jets should give training-camp holdout Darrelle Revis. Both sides are talking money, money, money. Guaranteed this, disappointed that.
No one, it seems, is asking what Revis, the team’s best defensive player, a shutdown cornerback critical to Coach Rex Ryan’s attack-minded approach, should give owner Woody Johnson in return for his largess. And, no, his Sunday afternoon best isn’t enough. Here’s why: