Revis has started to run again as he rehabilitates from a torn knee ligament while his future with the Jets remains uncertain.
After an arduous rehab that was reportedly uneventful and free of setbacks, he will have to do it all over. Again.
The surefire Hall of Famer vowed he wouldn’t retire after tearing his ACL in early May, but now it seems his future in the Bronx — check that, in baseball — is very much up in the air.
Kyle Wilson, the spotlight is yours.
Jets fans feared the worst on Sunday after watching Darrelle Revis go down on the field, clutching his left knee and writhing in pain. All hope was dashed Monday afternoon.
Big Blue fans still don’t have anything definitive on the injury to Terrell Thomas’ surgically repaired right knee. Apparently neither do the Giants.
Yankees closer Mariano Rivera would prefer to not know the status of his recovery from a torn ACL.
“My surgery was a success, it went perfectly,” Rivera tweeted. “I am looking forward to beginning my rehab soon. Thanks as always for your prayers.”
Giants coach Tom Coughlin said Hakeem Nicks’ return for the season opener on Sept. 5 against the Dallas Cowboys is “probably going to be close.”
The word coming out of the Rivera’s examinations Monday won’t do much to assuage the fears of Yankees fans.
The news on Giants tight end Jake Ballard just went from bad to worse.
Adrian Peterson, 26-year-old Minnesota Vikings’ running back, went down last Saturday with what is sometimes called an “Unhappy Triad”. The “unhappy” part is obvious. The “triad” is, because the injury represents a triple threat.
The metacarpals (MCs) are the long bones in the hand that extend from the small carpal bones (that comprise part of the wrist) to the base of the fingers. The MCs are most often fractured due to impact with a closed fist.
In re-reviewing the updated NFL injury reports I stand corrected on Tuesday’s post regarding the prevalence of ACL tears suffered by players this season. I’d counted ten, and the number appears to be at least 15, or possibly 16.
There have been so many season-ending injuries in the NFL this season, and complete ACL tears seem to lead this category. By my count, there are already 10 players who are looking on from the sidelines after having ACL surgery.