Jets' Revis (left knee) leaves game
MIAMI (AP) -- Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis left New York's game at Miami in the third quarter on Sunday with what appeared to be a left knee injury. The team said he would not return.
Revis was trying to pursue Miami's Daniel Thomas when he planted and immediately began grabbing at his left knee, the injury being of the non-contact variety. Revis went down with 4:06 left in the quarter, covering his face with his gloved hands in obvious pain.
He walked to the Jets sideline, but was then carted to the locker room. There was no immediate word on the severity of his injury.
Revis missed the Jets' game at Pittsburgh last week with what the team called a "minor concussion" in the season opener against Buffalo.
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