NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Rex Ryan expects cornerback Darrelle Revis to be limited at practice while recovering from a concussion suffered in the Jets’ season opener.
Revis has been cleared for practice, but still not for contact, Ryan said Wednesday. Revis missed the Jets’ game at Pittsburgh on Sunday after suffering what the team called a “minor concussion.”READ MORE: Suffolk Police: Man Killed In Hit-And-Run On Long Island Expressway In Brentwood
Revis said he was in “a fog” after he was first hurt, but has gotten progressively better since.
“We’ll see how that progresses,” said Ryan.
The cornerback’s status for Sunday’s game at Miami is still uncertain.READ MORE: NYPD: Delivery Worker Stabbed To Death, E-Bike Stolen Near Sara D. Roosevelt Park
Tight end Dustin Keller was not expected to practice with a hamstring injury that also sidelined him against the Steelers. Ryan said fullback John Conner (right knee), linebacker Bryan Thomas (hamstring) and safety Eric Smith (hip, knee) were also not going to practice.
Quarterback Mark Sanchez was also on the injury report with tightness in his back, something Ryan described as “really not a big deal.”
“But I’m sure it will be listed as a big deal,” Ryan quipped.
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