Shutdown CB Darrelle Revis has been suffering from hamstring issues since the Patriots game. Revis was covering Randy Moss who was running a vertical route, and strained his hamstring trying to catch up with the veteran wide receiver.
Revis sat out two weeks and then returned for the Vikings game, in what was arguably one of his worst games as a Jet. WR Percy Harvin had a field day against him, and it was clear that the superstar cornerback was ailing. The following week, the Jets traveled to Denver and Revis looked better, but was still favoring the hammy a bit.
So, he decided to remain at the Jets' facility during the bye week in order to rehabilitate his hamstring. It worked, according to New York Daily News.
"I'm ready to go. I'll be there Sunday," Revis said after practice today. "We did everything we could (last) week. The (bye) week helped get all the treatment I needed.... Now I can settle in and just play football. I'm 100 percent."
Revis participated in full drills today, with no swelling in his hamstring. A good sign going forward.