Jets coach Ryan says Pace might play, hopeful for Revis

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Coach Rex Ryan is optimistic about New York Jets linebacker Calvin Pace's chances of returning from a broken right foot this week.

Ryan also said Monday he is hopeful that cornerback Darrelle Revis, who's recovering from a strained left hamstring, could be back against the Buffalo Bills, but the coach added that the team wants to be certain its star is completely healed before he plays.

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Revis missed Sunday's game at Miami after injuring the leg the previous week against the New England Patriots.

Pace has been sidelined for the first three regular-season games after being hurt during the preseason.

Ryan said running back Shonn Greene was "hobbled" against the Dolphins but is "fine."

Ryan also said backup linebacker Jamaal Westerman injured an ankle and hamstring and is questionable this week.

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