"I don't think (Revis will play)" Bowles said. "He didn't do anything today, so it's more than likely he won't play."
Revis hasn't practiced since suffering the head injury on a tackle attempt, and has not attended team meetings this week.
If Revis and Williams are both out, Antonio Cromartie could be tasked with covering Beckham. This has the potential to be a considerable mismatch. Slot corner Buster Skrine could also draw the assignment, though it is fair to assume Beckham will see plenty of double coverage in a pivotal game for both New York teams.
In other injury news:
- Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert missed practice again on Thursday, per the team website. Eifert is questionable "at best" for Sunday's showdown with the Browns after suffering a neck stinger last weekend. Linebacker Vontaze Burfict was limited with a knee injury, while cornerback Adam Jones (foot) did not practice.
- Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor (shoulder) was limited in practice for the second straight day. Bills offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson (illness), running back Karlos Williams (shoulder), guard John Miller (ankle) and linebacker Nigel Bradham (ankle) did not practice. Williams was spotted in the locker room with a sling, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW noted.
- Broncos guard Louis Vasquez (groin) returned to practice in a limited capacity while safety T.J. Ward (ankle), tight end Owen Daniels (knee) and nose tackle Sylvester Williams (ankle) remained sidelined. Peyton Manning remained out of practice, in a walking boot, which is scheduled to be removed on Friday, according to the team's website.