No timetable yet for Jets' Revis (wrist) to fully practice

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) The New York Jets are taking things slowly with Darrelle Revis' surgically repaired wrist.

The star cornerback is uncertain when he might fully practice during training camp after being injured early last season. Revis played through a torn ligament in his right wrist that required surgery in March.

''There's no timetable right now,'' Revis said Friday. ''I'm just taking it day by day and I'm just going to see how it progresses.''

He participated in some individual drills during minicamp and now training camp but has watched from the sideline during 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills.

''I'm feeling OK,'' Revis said. ''Right now, the procedure is just staying in shape and doing some press coverage techniques.''

He and the doctors want to see how the wrist responds before they clear him to do more. Revis has had no setbacks with the injury, but he says there is some soreness - but no swelling - in the wrist, which was to be expected following surgery.

''You've just got to take your time with it,'' Revis said.

The seven-time Pro Bowl selection is 31 and entering his 10th NFL season, his second since returning to the Jets last offseason following a season in Tampa Bay and a Super Bowl win with New England.

NOTES: DL Sheldon Richardson was ''rightfully excused'' from practice for personal reasons, coach Todd Bowles said. ''He'll be back in a couple of days.'' ... CB Dexter McDougle walked off the field with trainers after appearing to hurt a few fingers on his left hand, but he returned to finish practice. ... Bowles said the Jets will keep just one punter, seventh-round pick Lachlan Edwards, in camp ''for now.'' New York cut Tom Hackett on Thursday to make room on the roster for the re-signed Ryan Fitzpatrick.

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