Darrelle Revis Limited at Jets Practice with Hamstring Tightness

Jets coach Rex Ryan

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    Darrelle Revis was limited in practice due to tightness in his hamstring, and he admits it's probably related to his holdout. Revis expects to play Sunday versus Randy Moss and the Patriots, but he'll most likely be less than 100%. (Published Thursday, Sep 16, 2010)

    Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis was limited at practice Wednesday with tightness in his hamstring.

    Rex Ryan said he expects Revis to play Sunday versus the Patriots. But he also said he will err on the side of caution during practices this week.

    "If Revis can't play, it would alter my strategy -- our gameplan. But right now I anticipate he would play," Ryan said.

    Revis, who held Patriots superstar wide-receiver, Randy Moss to nine catches for 58 yards in two games last year, missed 36 days in training camp due to a contentious contract holdout.

    Revis said he was "sore" and that it was not a big deal.

    He also told me it would be no big deal if it was just training camp.

    Ahh! You see it's not training camp! And this is what Jets fans feared!