Jets CB Darrelle Revis, who skipped a voluntary OTA session last week, said he will attend the team's mandatory minicamp June 14-16.
Revis is seeking a new contract and was unhappy with the Jets' initial offer. He reportedly hinted at "changes" if there is no progress in negotiations and could hold out during training camp if there is no new deal in place.
"You'll know. It's not going to be hidden," Revis said, per a New York Daily News report. "This is the time where I need to look at what I did here for three years. If things are not the right way, I need to sit back and view my career and see where I need to go from here and move on."
Revis wants to become the highest-paid corner in the league.
C Nick Mangold, who also wants a new contract, said he doesn't know if he'll be attending the mandatory minicamp.
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