Revis practiced Wednesday for the first time since undergoing surgery on his wrist in March, NJ.com reports. Revis was limited in his work, but it's certainly a major step in the right direction. Despite the return, it remains unclear if Revis will be able to full participate in training camp next month.
Revis (wrist) expects to be ready for training camp, per ESPN.com. The All-Pro cornerback believes he suffered the wrist injury early on during the 2015 campaign, but opted to play through it. An offseason MRI revealed a ruptured tendon, however, and he subsequently underwent surgery on the wrist in March. Now June, Revis remains sidelined for minicamp. Revis has always been targeting a training camp return, though, and barring any setbacks, that should continue to be the expectation.
Revis had the pins removed from his surgically repaired wrist last week, but he will still be held out of offseason practices, ESPN.com reports. Revis has surgery in mid-March, and while he isn't expected to participate in offseason activities, he should be okay for training camp. Marcus Williams and Dexter McDougle will get some first-team reps at practice while Revis is out.
Revis will kick off rehab on his right wrist in approximately a month after pins are removed from the region, Rich Cimini of ESPN New York reports. According to one of Cimini's sources, Revis suffered a complete ligament tear in his right wrist, which explains why he'll be limited, at best, during the offseason program. In any case, Revis is expected to wear a hard cast for 2-3 months, with the aim of achieving full health by the time training camp rolls around.
After undergoing surgery Thursday on his right wrist, Revis will don a hard cast on the affected region for 2-3 months and be limited during offseason activities, Randy Lange of the Jets' official site reports. Revis was at the top of last year's free-agent class on the heels of a Super Bowl title with the Patriots, ultimately landing in familiar climes with the team that drafted him in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft. He proceeded to land on the injury report a few times, yet he was never listed with a wrist injury and only missed time due to a concussion. Overall, he recorded 39 tackles (30 solo), five interceptions, and four fumble recoveries in 14 games en route to his seventh Pro Bowl bid. If his recovery proceeds as planned, he'll be healthy at the outset of training camp.
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