FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Darrelle Revis (concussion) still has not been cleared for contact, but the Jets star cornerback practiced Wednesday. He was limited, along with nose tackle Sione Po'uha and cornerback Ellis Lankster (lower backs).
Revis, who declined to speak the media, still is in question for Sunday's game in Miami. Until he passes the necessary tests, he won't be able to suit up.
The Jets also are unsure about Dustin Keller's status. The tight end, who did not play in Week 2 against the Steelers, suffered a setback after he "tweaked" his hamstring. Keller doesn't expect to fully participate in Thursday's practice. Keller, who did not practice, told reporters his injured hamstring was initially diagnosed between a Grade 1 and Grade 2 strain.
Jets eyeing Bush
To be successful on Sunday, the Jets know they have to stop Reggie Bush. The Dolphins running back was named the NFL's AFC Offensive Player of the Week as he rushed 26 times for 172 yards and two touchdowns. "He can make you look very foolish if you [leave] a lot of open space for him," linebacker David Harris said.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said he sat in on a defensive install meeting because of the Tim Tebow-element of surprise. "It does take practice time, there's no question about it," he said . . . "With our skills and our speed." . . . Mark Sanchez (lower back tightness) was added to the injury list, but both he and Rex Ryan said it was no big deal. FB John Conner said his knee is sore and he doesn't need surgery. S Eric Smith (hip/knee) and LB Bryan Thomas (hamstring) also did not practice . . . T Dennis Landolt has been ruled out.