Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis won’t get in a full offseason program this year.
The Jets announced Thursday that Revis had a procedure done on his right wrist earlier in the day. He will be in a hard cast for the next 2-3 months while he recovers.
According to multiple reports, Revis hurt the wrist during the season and continued to have soreness into the offseason. Tests found he had a torn ligament, leading to the procedure on Thursday.
The team says they expect Revis to be limited for offseason work, which culminates with organized team activities in June. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Revis falls on the extremely limited side of the spectrum given his significance to the team’s defense. Whatever the case in the spring, he’s expected to be fine in time for training camp.