Cornerback Darrelle Revis and linebacker Calvin Pace are listed as probable for the New York Jets’ game against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night.
Rex Ryan and the New York Jets have been in this spot before. “We lost of six of seven,” Ryan said Monday. “I don’t anticipate doing that.”
Jets linebacker Calvin Pace has been ruled out for the fourth straight game with a broken right foot that has sidelined him since late in the preseason.
All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis participated in individual drills Friday for the first time since injuring his left hamstring nearly two weeks ago, but will not play in the New York Jets’ game at Buffalo.
After being out since suffering a pre-season foot injury, linebacker Calvin Pace finally saw the light of day and left the training room on Wednesday.
Darrelle Revis is riding a stationary bike during the New York Jets’ practice while recovering from a strained left hamstring. Calvin Pace is on the practice field Wednesday for the first time since breaking his right foot.
Rex Ryan is optimistic about New York Jets linebacker Calvin Pace’s chances of returning this week from a broken right foot.
He says the ankle “feels a lot better,” but whether he plays is “up to the coaches.” Coach Rex Ryan says Pool has been a quick healer, but the team also doesn’t want to risk further injury.
The Jets close out their preseason schedule on Thursday night against the Eagles in Philadelphia. Gang Green will only have 36 players in uniform, as most of the starters will have the night off.
The anticipation of the Jets’ 2010 season means absolutely nothing to my boy, and, frankly, shouldn’t amount to a hill of beans to me either.
Bryan Thomas had a get-well message for Calvin Pace, his injured teammate. “Calvin is selfish!” the New York Jets linebacker shouted with a smile. “Write that down!”
With Calvin Pace lost to injury and Darrelle Revis still a no-show, what is the defensive plan for Rex Ryan and the Jets?
With the news of Calvin Pace’s injured foot & surgery that will keep him out 4-6 weeks, there are already some major concerns for the Jets.
Calvin Pace will be sidelined for at least the first game of the season – again.
Coach Rex Ryan says Pace has “something with his foot,” an injury suffered in the Jets’ 16-11 loss Friday night. Pace, who led the team with eight sacks last season, left the game in the third quarter.