"I think I could play right now," Revis said. "There'd be no doubt."
Revis said he has been running at full speed in practice the past two days and hasn't felt any tweaks or ill effects. He injured the hamstring while covering Moss -- then with the New England Patriots -- on a touchdown catch in the first half of the Jets' 28-14 victory in Week 2. Revis hasn't played since.
Revis has said all along that he wouldn't play again until he felt completely healthy. He was limited in practice Thursday and Friday and cautioned that things can change quickly with hamstring injuries.
"I can practice tomorrow, run full speed, and it could pull up again," Revis said.
Defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said the Jets have prepared to play both with Revis and without, to make sure they are ready for either scenario.
Outside linebacker Calvin Pace in on track to make his regular-season debut after breaking his right foot during the preseason. He was close to returning last week, but he needed an extra week of snaps in practice to make sure he was good to go.
"He looks good," Ryan said. "He really does. He's moving around great. Last week, I thought he was skipping a little bit, which meant that he never had confidence in his feet completely. I don't see that at all right now."
Pace was a full participant in practice Thursday and Friday.
"Last week, I had a little hitch in my giddyup," Pace said. "Everything's coming along."
Pettine said Pace, the Jets' top pass rusher the past two seasons, will work in a rotation with Jason Taylor and Bryan Thomas.
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