Revis worries about injuries if lockout happens

As a contract holdout last season, Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis knows the pain of missing training camp. In the event of an NFL lockout, he thinks that players will be more prone to injuries without organized team workouts during the offseason.

Updated: March 7, 2011, 7:38 AM ET
By Jane McManus

Despite a seven-day extension in talks between the NFL and the players' association, players are starting to look ahead and plan for an offseason that doesn't keep in step with the rhythm of the league year.

Players are starting to form plans that would include working out together, but Darrelle Revis is wary of that idea. The cornerback held out of training camp last season wrangling for a new contract with the Jets, which he eventually got, but the first half of his season was ...

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