New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis missed the team's win against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday after suffering a concussion against the Houston Texans. As we mentioned last week, players move through the concussion protocol at different speeds, and it seemed as though Revis was struggling to get past stage one.
Unfortunately, there hasn't been a great deal of progress with the all-pro corner. When asked for an update on his status, HC Todd Bowles Bowles wasn't overly optimistic on his status:
He's making slight progress, but we'll see how much progress he makes toward the end of the week.
Personally, that doesn't sound very good to me. Revis is now 8 days removed from his concussion, and is only making slight progress, without doing any real physical activity with the team. Now you 100% can't rush a concussion, and I would highly encourage Revis to take as much time as he needs before trying to come back. We'll keep you updated throughout the week.
In other injury news, CB Marcus Williams is day-to-day with a sprained MCL. Bowles confirmed he could play on Sunday if he makes good progress through the week. OLB Calvin Pace has a strained abdomen and is also day-to-day, and at the moment his status is still unclear for Sunday.