Cornerback Darrelle Revis stretched with his teammates at the start of Jets practice Wednesday in Florham Park, but he did so without his helmet or pads.
It’s safe to assume Revis won’t participate. He continues to deal with a mild strain in his left hamstring he suffered in Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks. Revis stood on the sideline as offensive and defensive drills began.
Revis was diagnosed with the strain after undergoing an MRI. He left Sunday’s game in the second half and never returned. His availability for this weekend’s game in Pittsburgh remains up in the air. Revis walked into the locker room on Monday with a wrap around his upper left thigh.
Coach Todd Bowles will provide an update on Revis’ status during his press conference later Wednesday afternoon.
Receiver Eric Decker also stretched at the start of practice, but he didn’t have a helmet or pads, either. Decker has a partial tear in his right rotator cuff and missed the loss to Seattle. Bowles said Monday that “it’s too early to tell” if the Jets are considering placing Decker on injured reserve.
Starting right guard Brian Winters (concussion) wasn’t on the field at all Wednesday.
Source: NY Daily News Headlines Sports News