FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- An MRI on Darrelle Revis' left hamstring has reportedly revealed a strain, and the Jets' All-Pro cornerback said in a report in the Newark Star-Ledger that he may miss up to two weeks of play.
Revis pulled up after getting burned by Patriots wideout Randy Moss for a 34- yard touchdown late in the second quarter of Sunday's game. The star cover corner, who was probable for the game due to the ailment, exited the field before halftime and did not return.
The Jets trailed 14-7 at the time of his departure but wound up winning 28-14.
New York plays upcoming division road games against Miami and Buffalo, and head coach Rex Ryan is unsure if Revis will be able to participate.
"I know he's going to want to play, but it will be our doctors that sit down with Darrelle and collectively make a decision. I'm not so sure if we want rule him out right now, but we'll see...We'll put him in as doubtful for now," Ryan said during Monday's press conference.
Revis missed a majority of training camp as he was holding out for a new contract, which he received just before Week 1.