Following a hamstring injury on Sunday, Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis is continuing his comeback from the injury.
Florham Park, NJ – With what has been a difficult week for the Jets, the team got a little good news on Thursday morning with Darrelle Revis
' continued progress with regards to his hamstring. The Jets All-Pro cornerback injured his hamstring late in the second quarter of Sunday's win over New England and did not play in the second half of the game. Earlier this week, Revis said he expected to miss one to two weeks, almost certainly ruling him out of Sunday's AFC contest with the Dolphins. Revis has not practiced at all this week and has been receiving intensive treatment for the injury.
On Wednesday afternoon, head coach Rex Ryan said that Revis would be unavailable for this Sunday's game. Revis returned to practice on Thursday morning and rode the exercise bike. He did not stretch with the team or participate in team drills.
Linebacker Calvin Pace also joined Revis on the bike as he continues to work his way back from ankle injury. Pace is still expected to miss at least two more games before he is medically cleared to play.
Much like they had earlier in the week, center Nick Mangold who injured his shoulder on Sunday and Wayne Thomas who is having issues with his shins, joined Pace and Revis on the exercise bike.
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