EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.-- Darrelle Revis is officially back for the Jets.
Having missed New York's last two games following a concussion suffered against the Houston Texans, the all-pro cornerback is active and will start for the Jets against the Titans.
In the days leading up to Sunday's game, Revis had done more and more for the Jets in practice as he worked his way through the NFL's concussion protocol. On Wednesday, he stretched with the team. On Thursday, he practiced in a red "non-contact" jersey. On Friday, he returned to practice fully and on Saturday, he was cleared by an independent doctor.
In Revis' absence, the Jets defense played well. The team defeated both the Miami Dolphins and New York Giants.
While Revis will play, the Jets announced the seven that would not, most notably cornerback Marcus Williams. This will be the second game in a row Williams, who leads the team with five interceptions, sits out with a knee sprain.
For the Titans, the team listed receiver Kendall Wright, running back Bishop Sankey, cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson, linebacker Derrick Morgan, defensive end Ropati Pitoitua and defensive tackle Mike Martin as inactives.