Darrelle Revis likely won’t play in Thursday’s preseason game (although he has yet to suit up in a Buccaneers uniform.) But the veteran cornerback has ramped up his participation in practice over the past two weeks. There’s no reason to believe he won’t be ready to take on Jeremy Kerley and Geno Smith in the season opener. Not that the Buccaneers are likely to need him.
Davin Joseph and Adrian Clayborn both suffered season-ending knee injuries last year, but appear to be fully healthy for the season opener. Clayborn and Joseph got extended action in the team’s third preseason game, and both looked healthy. Joseph displayed some signs of rust, which is to be expected, but Clayborn looked very good going up against some admittedly mediocre Miami tackles.
Source: SB Nation