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Jets in no rush to extend Revis, Mangold, Ferguson, Harris

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By Dan Parr

While the Jets would like to have CB Darrelle Revis, C Nick Mangold, OLT D'Brickashaw Ferguson and ILB David Harris around for many years, it doesn't appear GM Mike Tannenbaum is pushing to get new contracts to them before the season. Revis and Mangold have been the most vocal about being unhappy with their current deals and both are considering a training-camp holdout to show their displeasure, although all four want a raise. Word is Revis, who still has three years remaining on his contract, is the most likely of the four to get an extension before the 2010 campaign. No agreement is imminent, though and Revis was said to be insulted by the Jets' initial offer. Ferguson's agent, Brad Blank, recently made it clear that his client was nowhere close to signing an extension. There are still concerns about a lockout in 2011, and Tannenbaum may decide to put off extending contracts until there is a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.


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