The Jets held their final tune up of the week today, practicing one more time before Monday night's highly-anticipated showdown with the Vikings.
And just about everyone practiced, too, including Darrelle Revis.
The Pro Bowl corner was a full participant and is listed as probable for his rematch with Randy Moss in two days. Remember, the last time we saw Revis, he game up gimpy wth the left hamstring injury that's kept him sidelined for the Jets' last two games, pulling up after he couldn't catch up to Moss on that spectacular one-handed 34-yard touchdown just before halftime of the Jets' 28-14 win on Sept. 19.
Besides Revis, DE Shaun Ellis (knee), LB Jason Taylor (elbow), OL Wayne Hunter (shin), C Nick Mangold (shoulder), RG Brandon Moore (hamstring) and LB Calvin Pace (foot) also practiced in full today and are likely to play. For Pace, it'll mark his regular-season debut after taking a helmet to his right foot in the preseason against Carolina, breaking a bone that required surgery to properly fix.
LB Jamaal Westerman (ankle) is the only player the Jets are truly unsure about at this point. He's listed as questionable, which isn't much of a change from what Rex Ryan indicated after yesterday's practice.
"Westerman’s the one I would still have questions on," he said Friday.