“I understand it’s a mild concussion,” Jets coach Rex Ryan said (via the New York Daily News). “He seems to be feeling good. We’ll see how he progresses during the week.”
Revis, who had an interception that led to the Jets’ first touchdown, was injured in the fourth quarter. Initial reports late Sunday indicated that he was uninjured.
Revis, who had an interception that led to the Jets’ first touchdown, left the game midway through the fourth quarter after being accidentally kicked in the head by Jets linebacker Bart Scott as Revis tackled C.J. Spiller.
Revis did not speak to the media Sunday because of an NFL rule that allows players who’ve suffered head injuries to skip interviews. Scott did not speak because he’s boycotting the media.