Revis said he was “knocked out for a second” last week

AP

When Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis left last week’s loss to the Panthers, his absence was termed a chest and shoulder injury.

But Revis might have had another problem.

They’re saying I got knocked out for a second and came back, but I’m fine,’’ Revis said, via Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune. “[The shoulder and chest] are still bothering me a little bit, but I’ll be all right.’’

He said he had no lingering effects of of the groin injury that bothered him going into the Panthers game.

“No, that’s fine and really I’m happy that that is out of the equation, because as a DB we need our legs to run all day,” Revis said. “So, yeah, I’m really glad that’s not a factor any more.’’

Revis had to pass a concussion test before returning to practice, but has worked throughout the week, and should be fine for Sunday’s game against the Bills.