Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis continues to work overtime (yes, that means weekends) rehabilitating his surgically-repaired knee in an effort to be ready for the regular season and possibly training camp, which begins July 25.
Earlier this month I talked about Revis’ progress based on some observations I had from Bucs minicamp. Now we have some video to go along with it, courtesy of the Fischer Institute in Phoenix, which is where Revis is rehabbing.
As you can see, he’s moving around pretty well, and is showing good reaction and change of direction. Granted he’s not leaping through the air or doing anything earth-shattering, but this is far more entertaining than me standing around, attempting to describe to you all how he’s progressing.
Whether Revis is actually ready to go full-speed in training camp or not, the team will proceed cautiously and likely limit his workload, with the true goal being the season opener against the Jets. So far, it looks promising.