Plaxico Burress is due back in court Monday for the first time since getting his case postponed in March. Since then, his lawyer Benjamin Brafman has been attempting to hammer out a deal with prosecutors. But it appears that the attorney hasn't quite found the magical offer to beat Plax's gun charges the way he once did for Diddy. Brafman told the News, "We'll be in and out of court in five minutes. There is going to be an adjournment. There is no agreement at all." Brafman says that he hopes that the case can be put off until September, possibly opening the door for the receiver to step on the field this season. The Post continues to float the notion that the Jets might still be interested in Burress, along with the Bucs and the Bears, but shockingly no mention of the Dallas Cowboys.