Jets CEO Woody Johnson said he had no reaction to news that star cornerback Darrelle Revis was caught going over 40 miles over the speed limit on his way to practice Thursday morning.
"I don't have any reaction to it," Johnson said at the unveiling of a new JetBlue Jets team plane at JFK International Airport Friday afternoon. "I really haven't gone through that with the coaches."
Johnson also spoke briefly about Revis' ailing hamstring, which is threatening to sideline him in Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos.
"I think we'll know [if Revis can play] on Sunday," he said. "We're bringing him out. He's definitely flying with us. He practiced today. I don't know how that went, but it went great yesterday, so we'll see."
He added that he had no qualms with how the team has handled the injury thus far. Revis, whose sore left hamstring was reason for concern earlier in the season, seemed to have reaggravated it playing against the Patriots four weeks ago. "Absolutely," the team handled it correctly, Johnson said. "I have full faith and confidence in our medical team and also in our coaches. We made the right decision."