NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Thursday, December 10, 2015, 11:55 AM
Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis was back at practice for the second straight day Thursday, and he appears to be improving.
For the first time since suffering a concussion more than two weeks ago, Revis stretched with the team. He had his helmet on and later participated in field goal practice, lining up on the edge of the formation. As the specials teams’ session came to close, Revis put on a red no-contact jersey while standing on the sideline.
It was a small but important step forward for Revis, who attended practice Wednesday for the first time since sustaining the concussion. He didn’t officially practice, though, as he merely ran and stretched on the side with trainers. Revis has missed the past two games but looks to be on path to return Sunday against the Titans, barring any setbacks.
Fellow cornerback Marcus Williams (sprained MCL) was also on the field Thursday. He engaged in some agility drills on the far field at One Jets Drive. Williams did not practice Wednesday.