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Darrelle Revis Active, Marcus Williams Inactive

Williams Is Sidelined for the 2nd Game, S Dion Bailey for the 5th Straight vs. Titans at MetLife


Updated 12:48 p.m. ET

The Jets get one of their two top takeaway defenders and top cover man for today's game at MetLife Stadium against the Tennessee Titans in CB Darrelle Revis, back after sitting two games with a concussion.

But their other turnover king, CB Marcus Williams, will remain sidelined for a second game with a knee injury he sustained at the end of his sixth takeaway, an interception against the Dolphins. Williams was probable after practicing full Friday, but the Jets will go in against the Titans with a cornerback corps that includes Revis, Antonio Cromartie and nickel Buster Skrine as starters and Darrin Walls, Dexter McDougle and Dee Milliner in reserve.

S Dion Bailey also was a full-go in practice and probable for the game but will be inactive for the fifth game with an ankle injury suffered against the Jaguars. Calvin Pryor and Marcus Gilchrist are the safety starters against the Tennessee receiving group that includes top pass-catching TE Delanie Walker, with Rontez Miles and Ronald Martin backing up.

The Jets' full inactive list for today's game:

■ QB Bryce Petty

■ WR Kenbrell Thompkins

■ CB Marcus Williams

■ S Dion Bailey

■ OL Dakota Dozier

■ T Ben Ijalana

■ LB Josh Martin

The Titans' inactives:

■ WR Kendall Wright

■ RB Bishop Sankey

■ CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson

■ OL Jamon Meredith

■ LB Derrick Morgan

■ DE Ropati Pitoitua

■ DL Mike Martin

The Jets' captains today are their starting offensive line: D'Brickashaw Ferguson, James Carpenter, Nick Mangold, Brian Winters and Breno Giacomini.

The Jets are wearing green jerseys and white pants. They've won their last three games in green/white — this year's home games against Jacksonville and Miami and last year's season finale at Miami.

The referee is Jerome Boger. This is his 17th Jets game as referee since 2006. Among the games he's refereed are 2009 playoff game at San Diego, the 2013 home overtime win over the Patriots, and this year's opening game vs. the Browns.

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