Ochocinco landed hard on his left knee when he slipped during pregame warmups Sunday. He limped off the field but started the game, which the Jets won 37-0. He watched the second half from the sideline to protect the knee.
Ochocinco couldn't fully extend the knee Monday and had a precautionary medical test. He was cleared to participate in practice Tuesday even though he was still trying to get the swelling down.
"I'm all right," he said. "I'm taking medicine."
"Ochocinco had his ego bruised when he fell down before the game," Lewis said before practice, which was moved to an indoor soccer center because of the cold, snowy weather. "He'll be rested today. Other than that, I think he's healthy, as he's Twittered all over America. That's what happens. The only way to come back from that is to put up now. Now is the time for all of us to put up."
Revis did, but Ochocinco backed off the name-change promise. He has no plans for another week of tweeting and tweaking the cornerback.
"This is not a week for talk," he said. "This isn't a week for fun."
That's fine by Revis.
"I don't miss it," Revis said. "I did tweet early on, then I did stop because I think it's a distraction and I'm not really that type of dude to let my team down by getting distracted by somebody else."
Cincinnati has allowed three of its past four opponents to run for more than 100 yards, with the Jets rushing for 257 yards Sunday.
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