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Draft Scout *Darrelle Revis News
02/25/14 - CB Darrelle Revis is looking forward to the 2014 season when he believes he will be a lot healthier than he was this past season after coming back a torn ACL suffered early in the 2012 season.
"I'm 100 percent; I feel real great," Revis said. You know, through the course of the year it got stronger week to week. And I'm just trying to continue to improve and get back to where I used to play great ball."
When asked if fans should expect him to play better this year, Revis said, "Yes they can. Yes they can."
12/26/13 - CB Darrelle Revis admits he has never been 100 percent this season coming off a torn ACL but coach Greg Schiano thinks the 2013 version was fine. "I'm pretty excited with the 2013 version," he said. "As I've said before, he's been chasing this season, trying to get ready with the rehab."
12/04/13 - CB Darrelle Revis, who was unable to finish Sunday's game at Carolina due to shoulder/chest injuries, returned to practice Wednesday and had full participation.
12/03/13 - CB Darrelle Revis left the last two games with injuries, and Sunday's was to his shoulder and chest, but Schiano said the initial signs are promising for him being able to play Sunday at home against Buffalo.
"I think he's going to be OK," Schiano said. "Initially came off the field, had some pain in his upper torso area, then they examined him inside. Not sure what the situation is. I don't think it's real serious, but we'll see."
11/27/13 - CB Darrelle Revis has a groin strain and is day-to-day. He wasn't able to finish the second half of Sunday's win at Detroit and he did not practice Wednesday. If Revis can't go, the job of covering Panthers WR Steve Smith may go to rookie CB Johnthan Banks.