Owner Woody Johnson apparently is not anticipating seeing his best cornerback in green and white in 2010.
The New York Jets, responding to a new contract proposal made last Friday by Darrelle Revis' agents, painted a bleak picture Monday of the contract stalemate. A grim-faced Woody Johnson said he's not optimistic about their chances of signing the All-Pro cornerback to a new contract before the start of the regular season.
"The answer is no," the Jets' owner said tersely, adding, "My impression is no progress ... no movement whatsoever."
Expanding on that sentiment, Johnson told ESPN's Jeremy Schaap Monday that he doesn't expect Revis to play for the Jets this season.
"My gut feeling is, I would say no," Johnson said.