Darrelle Revis Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Darrelle Revis's injury
Tampa Bay top receiver Vincent Jackson was a surprise non-participant at Bucs practice Wednesday. He did not practice due to a hamstring injury. Darrelle Revis however, was a full participant after leaving last week’s game with chest and shoulder injuries. The Bucs two starting guards also did not practice Wednesday. Here’s the full report. Player […]
He worked all offseason to come back from an ACL injury in 2012. Over the last few weeks Tampa Bay CB Darrelle Revis has been dealing with a few nagging injuries, and has exited each of the Bucs last two games early. It leaves him as a question mark for Sunday’s game with the Bills. […]
The Bucs had encouraging news Monday on the status of star cornerback Darrelle Revis, but they've likely lost another defensive starter as starting strongside linebacker Jonathan Casillas may need season-ending surgery.
Mike Francesa is joined by Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano to discuss the recent winning streak and Darrelle Revis.
Tampa Bay cornerback Darrelle Revis missed practice Wednesday with a groin injury. Coach Greg Schiano wasn’t sure if Revis would be ready to play in Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. “It’s not real bad,” Schiano said. “Will he play Sunday? I don’t know. We’ve got to figure that out.” Revis wasn’t the only Buc missing practice. Linebacker Adam Hayward (foot), guard Davin Joseph (knee) and guard Carl Nicks (foot) also missed practice. Joseph was a schedule day off, Schiano… Read More »
Tampa Bay began the second half without All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis, who left the game with a groin injury.
"Mike & Mike" discuss Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis' comments about being fed up with "bitter" Jets fans who have been harassing him on Twitter for being a money-hungry player.
TAMPA — Bucs coach Greg Schiano and his staff have been under scrutiny for not using shutdown cornerback Darrelle Revis enough in press, man-to-man coverage.
The Fox Football daily crew discusses DeSean Jackson and his statement that Darrelle Revis cannot contain him.
Pat Yasinskas discusses why CB Darrelle Revis cleared the air with coach Greg Schiano about whether they were on the same page concerning the Buccaneers' defensive schemes.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, defensive coordinator Matt Patricia and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels held conference calls with reporters today. Some of the things we learned: Full load for Revis. Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis was eased back into the mix in the season-opener as he came back from ACL surgery, playing 53 of 75 defensive snaps. This past Sunday against the Saints, he played 70 of 73 snaps. "It definitely looks like he’s back and playing well," Belichick said.
Cranking it up for the 25th time, another year on the New York Jets: 1. What might have been: If the Bucs didn't come along and agree to surrender two draft picks (including a first-rounder) for Darrelle Revis, the Jets still would own the Revis Island property today as they open the season against the Bucs. No other teams expressed a serious interest in Revis. Unless the Jets decided to stage a fire sale, which would've been embarrassing, they'd have a disgruntled star coming off major surgery, demanding $16 million a year.
Darrelle Revis makes his long-anticipated return from reconstructive knee surgery, and he does so in front of the fans who watched him grow up in the NFL during a remarkable six-year run with the Jets.
The prospect of Darrelle Revis facing his former team with a rookie quarterback under center causes
NFL offenses pick on defensive backs who are coming off injury, but that won’t be the case Sunday when the Jets face Darrelle Revis and the Bucs, Rex Ryan said Thursday. When asked if the Jets would attack Revis, who is recovering from a torn ACL, Ryan shook his head no.
NFL offenses often try and pick on rookie cornerbacks or DBs who are coming off injury. That won’t be the case with the Jets and Darrelle Revis on Sunday, Rex Ryan said Thursday. When asked if the Jets would attack Revis, who is recovering from a torn ACL suffered last season, Ryan simply ...
ESPN.com Buccaneers' reporter Pat Yasinskas assesses Darrelle Revis sharing the Jets' secrets before the opener in New York.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Bucs cornerback Darrelle Revis is coming off major knee surgery and hasn't played a football game in nearly a year. At his position, a player can be exposed if his reaction time is a split-second slower than usual. So will the Jets test their former star Sunday at MetLife Stadium? What say you, Rex Ryan? Ryan listened to the question, smiled and shook his head. Answer: No. "We know him well," Ryan said Thursday. "That might be some team's philosophy, but I don't think it's going to be our philosophy.
Darrelle Revis was one of six Tampa Bay players on the initial injury report for the 2013 season-opening game against the New York Jets. The one designation Revis had the other five players didn’t, however, should make Buc fans happy: full participation. Revis fully practiced with the Bucs on Wednesday. “He looks good,” said coach Greg Schiano. “It’s hard to tell if it’s the ‘game’ Darrelle Revis you see. I’ve never seen Darrelle practice. But he looks good.” Running back… Read More »
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Quarterback Mark Sanchez (shoulder) did not practice on Wednesday, while cornerback Antonio Cromartie (hip), defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis (back) and receiver Santonio Holmes (foot) were all limited. For the Buccaneers, cornerback Darrelle Revis (knee) had a full practice. Here's the full injury report: Jets Did not practice LB Quinton Coples (ankle) DL Leger Douzable (illness) QB Mark Sanchez (right shoulder) TE Ke ...
E:60 looks back at the rise of Darrelle Revis from Aliquippa PA to the bright lights of the NFL.
Darrelle Revis visits his favorite pizza joint in Aliquippa, Pa.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Rookie cornerback Dee Milliner, whom the Jets drafted to ostensibly replace Darrelle Revis, proclaimed himself ready to face Revis' new team -- the Bucs -- Sunday at MetLife Stadium. "I feel great," Milliner said Monday after practice. "I'm back on the field. I'm back doing everything 100 percent, so I feel good." Milliner, selected ninth overall, missed the last two preseason games with a calf injury. He was seen leaving MetLife Stadium last Thursday night in a walking boot, fueling speculation that he could he hurt worse than initially thought.
Allie LaForce and Doug Gottlieb debate who will have the better season; Darrelle Revis or Richard Sherman.
The main pieces of the Bucs rebuilt secondary still are in place with Darrelle Revis, Dashon Goldson, Mark Barron and Jonathan Banks.
Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis talks to Keyshawn Johnson about his rehab from a torn ACL and the distractions surrounding the Jets last season.
Sal Paolantonio sits down with CB Darrelle Revis to talk about the Jets trading him to the Buccaneers.
New Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis throws out the first pitch before the Yankees-Rays game at Tropicana Field on Monday.
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Adam Schefter discusses New York's long-term plan following the trade of CB Darrelle Revis and how the trade impacts Rex Ryan's future with the Jets.
By Paul Kenyon Until now, Darrelle Revis had strong feelings whenever he visited Gillette Stadium and not necessarily pleasasnt ones. Now that he has switched teams from the Jets to the Tampa Bay Buccaneeers, it is different. ``The New York Jets-Patriots, that's a crazy rivalry, it really is; it's almost like a hatred,'' he said after the Pats and Bucs finished their first practice Tuesday leading up to Friday night's game between the team. ``But now I'm a Buccaneer,'' Revis said. Revis, who is still recovering from surgery for a torn ACL, was in uniform but did not...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Cornerback Darrelle Revis won't participate in drills against the Patriots in the Bucs' dual practices this week.But the All-Pro is progressing in rehab from his knee injury to the point the Bucs are considering letting him play in the team's third preseason game, next week at Miami.
Darrelle Revis has spend the majority of the first two weeks of training camp on a side field with a trainer, than in actual team drills. The Bucs have been very cautious with their $96 million corner after surgery to his ACL. Revis has just been going against receivers and quarterbacks in one-on-one drills for the past week. But the man known for making life rough on receivers asked the team for a little more action. On Monday, the Bucs… Read More »
It was turning out to be a good day for the Tampa Bay Bucs. Offensive guard Carl Nicks got a little more action on Wednesday; Darrelle Revis didn’t have to sneak out on the field to shadow cover a receiver; quarterback Josh Freeman led the team to a needed touchdown in the two-minute offense. Alone, this is all good. Throw in the fact that defensive end Steven Means and punter Michael Koenen was activated off the active/non-football injury list and… Read More »
As Tampa Bay Bucs cornerback Darrelle Revis was doing individual drills Thursday — young cornerbacks Leonard Johnson and Johnthan Banks found themselves staring at the guy many felt was the best in the league before an ACL injury.
Darrelle Revis has played in 79 career games, been to four Pro Bowls and earned All-Pro honors three times. And yet, as he lay in bed Wednesday night on the eve of training camp, this accomplished football player was, well, nervous.