The Jets, Darrelle Revis, and his agent have reportedly reached a “truce” in which all contract negotiations moving forward will be entirely confidential. In addition, there seems to be good faith toward working through negotiations and getting a deal done.
The true question is whether or not anyone believes that this changes anything. The bad blood and frustrations still remain, as does the grand canyon standing between the Jets and Revis in terms of demands for guaranteed money.
The process does not appear to be getting any easier regardless of any “truce” mutually agreed upon, though it’s comforting to see any smear campaigns regarding negotiations will seemingly be kept at a minimum.
I for one do not believe for a second that this agreement will continue moving forward, and have come up with 10 logical reasons why I feel Revis will not be giving in or “buddying up” to the Jets any time soon.
Let’s get started on the “10 Reasons This Public Truce With the Jets Won’t Last”: