Tensions between the Jets and star cornerback Darrelle Revis are escalating, and it is becoming less and less likely he will remain with the team.

Even though the Jets are trying to trade Revis, general manager John Idzik is forcing Revis to report for voluntary workouts next week by enforcing a clause in his contract, according to sources.

Revis has $3 million in bonuses tied up to his offseason participation, according to sources. He is required to participate in about 80 percent of the team’s offseason program to achieve a $1 million workout bonus, but sources said that is also tied to a $1 million reporting bonus in July and a $1 million roster bonus already triggered in March but not paid until later in the year. If Revis does not report to the offseason program and training camp in a timely manner, he will never see any of the money, even the roster bonus from March.

Revis is in Arizona, where he has been rehabbing his surgically repaired left knee. He planned on returning to New Jersey on April 15 to meet with Jets doctors and then return to Arizona to avoid being a distraction as trade talks swirl, according to a source. Now, he will report to avoid losing the money, but he is not happy about it.

The Jets declined comment.

The bonus clauses were put in Revis’ 2010 contract as a way for the team to guarantee he would not hold out after doing so twice previously. But now he is injured, and if he fails to show next week it would not be because he is seeking a new contract, but because he is trying to avoid an uncomfortable situation as the Jets try to deal him.