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Revis Practices Full, Probable for Titans

Jets CB Has One More Test to Pass but Appears Ready to Return to Action from His Concussion


Updated, 4:08 p.m. ET

Jets CB Darrelle Revis has cleared all but one hurdle for his anticipated return to action from a concussion on Sunday against the Titans.

"He still has to be cleared by one more doctor. Pending that clearance, he'll be good to go," head coach Todd Bowles said after today's practice at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center, adding about his confidence level at having No. 24 back in his defense, "If he passes the test, I'll be encouraged."

Be that as it may, Revis was on the field today for his first full practice in three weeks and was not wearing the red "no contact" jersey as he was at Thursday's session. Revis told reporters Thursday, "I'll be ready to go Sunday."

Two other injured players were limited at today's practice — CB Marcus Williams (knee) and LB Calvin Pace (abdomen). Williams is questionable for the Titans game and Pace probable. All the other nine Jets listed on this week's injury report practiced full and are probable for the game.

Williams was injured at the end of an interception return against the Dolphins and was inactive for the Giants game. Pace hasn't missed any gametime. S Dion Bailey (ankle), who was injured vs. Jacksonville and has missed four games, is among the probables.

On the Titans' Friday report, four players didn't practice and are listed as out by head coach Mike Mularkey, including starterst WR Kendall Wright and LB Derrick Morgan.

Click here for the full Friday practice report and Sunday game statuses for the Jets and Titans.

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