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Bowles Optimistic Of A Revis Return

Wednesday’s practice was an encouraging site for the New York Jets as their top cornerback, Darrelle Revis, was back outside with the team for the first time in two weeks. Revis was running off to the side during practice, a very encouraging sign, considering that the shutdown corner was not even cleared to sit through team meetings before he returned to practice on Wednesday. Todd Bowles stated that he is “hopeful” that Revis can do more on Thursday’s practice, setting up for a return against the Titans. Even though Revis was listed as not practicing, running was all that he was allowed to do because he is still in the concussion protocol.

Marcus Williams (knee), Revis’ replacement for the win against the Dolphins, was seen with his helmet on and stretching with the team during warmups but did not practice. Williams will also needs to show improvements before Sunday’s matchup with the Titans because no Jet player has been active for a game yet this year without practicing at all during the week.

This Article Was Written By Jake Scimone

Jake Scimone

Currently a communications major and Division II baseball player attending Dominican College. Life long Jet fan that bleeds green. One day I will witness the Lombardi Trophy being raised by Gang Green. Follow me on Twitter @MrScimone7 for insight regarding all things Jets. J!-E!-T!-S! JETS! JETS! JETS!

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