New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis watched the second half of their game against the New England Patriots from the sidelines after a hamstring injury caused him to leave the game.
Revis originally sustained the injury last week against the Ravens, but he apparently reaggravated the injury with 53 seconds left in the first half, while covering Randy Moss. Moss made a touchdown catch on that play.
“I pulled up,” Revis said. “Usually I rely on my speed … but it wouldn’t let me speed up to make a play.
After the game, Revis made it clear that he did not believe that there was a tear, but that he just felt tightness in his hamstring. He will have an MRI on his injured hamstring on Monday.
During the offseason, Revis was involved in a contract dispute that was not finalized until just before the first week of the season.
Next week, the Jets will face the Miami Dolphins.
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