There are a few things happening today. The first is that CB Darrelle Revis may have been cleared for contact. I don't know the details yet, but he practiced in individual drills today, in a helmet. That's great news for his chances of playing this weekend. Again, to be clear, he will NOT play until he is cleared, but this is a good sign towards that.
The hopes of having TE Dustin Keller this weekend dropped dramatically with the signing of TE Dedrick Epps from the Chicago Bear's practice squad. Epps was with the team during the preseason and is now on the active roster. Keller was nearly invisible last week due to his hamstring injury, and it is increasingly unlikely that he will play this weekend.
As for the Pittsburgh Steelers, reports from yesterday indicate that SS Troy Polamalu (calf) and LB James Harrison (knee) did not practice and may not play this weekend. That would be a huge help to the team if the offense wants to stay as awesome as it was last weekend. RB Rashard Mendenhall is unlikely to play as well, so the New York Jets will likely see a lot of RB Jonathan Dwyer this weekend.
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Update: Darrelle Revis, Dustin Keller, and Bryan Thomas have all been ruled out for the game this weekend.
Update 2: Troy Polamalu, James Harrison, and Rashard Mendenhall are all extremely doubtful to play as well.