FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- When Rex Ryan saw Darrelle Revis clutch his hamstring Thursday, the New York Jets coach immediately became a bit "choked up."
No need, coach. Now take a deep breath.
Despite being limited in practice because of tightness, the all-world cornerback vowed that "Revis Island" would be ready and waiting for Randy Moss when the AFC rivals Jets and the New England Patriots clash helmets Sunday at the New Meadowlands Stadium.
"I'm not overly concerned right now," Ryan said. "But any time it's a hamstring, you get a little nervous."
Revis said the decision to skip a number of drills was more precautionary than anything else.
"It's just a tightness," said Revis, who missed all of training camp with a contract dispute.
"It's not anything that serious to where I will not be playing on Sunday."
Asked if Revis would be limited to one side of the field in order to keep him from running too much, Ryan joked: "No, I think the league's going to make us put him on Moss."
Laughed Revis: "Ya, I have a contract with the league for that."
Revis and Moss have quite the spicy feud going.
After smothering the Pats wideout in two meetings last season, Revis, in an off-season interview, described Moss as a "slouch."
"Tell him The Slouch is coming to Revis Island," Moss quipped.