By DENNIS WASZAK Jr., AP Sports Writer
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Darrelle Revis says there has been no movement on talks with the New York Jets on possibly re-doing his deal, and a sit-down with the team will have to come "sooner or later."
The All-Pro cornerback said Tuesday after the Jets' first minicamp practice that he still can't say whether he will report on time to training camp because of the contract situation. Revis has two years remaining on the deal he signed in 2010. He adds that he hasn't yet spoken to his agents about the situation.
Revis says he has "grown" since his rookie year, when he held out, and two years ago, when he reported just before the season opener. He adds that "whatever is best for me and the organization, we'll get through it."
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