"He looked great," Ryan said, according to the Newark Star-Ledger. "You see that competitive spirit he always has. Our defense is giving him looks, he's not giving up completions."
"We can be flexible now," Ryan said. "We can do whatever we want. We can play right and left. We can match Darrelle on the top guy. We can match (Antonio) Cromartie on the top guy. We'll let them try to figure it out."
For his part, Revis is looking forward to the challenge of taking on Green Bay, which is riding high from Sunday night's 28-24 home victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
"Their passing game is amazing. Aaron Rodgers, I think, is one of the best quarterbacks in the league," Revis said. "They have some good wide receivers, too. Greg Jennings (and) Donald Driver, they've been there for a long time and they've been making a lot of plays. We have to hold up on the back end this week and try to get Aaron Rodgers, as well, with our pressure."
Rodgers was 21-of-34 passing for 295 yards and two touchdowns against the Vikings -- but he also threw two interceptions. He has thrown 12 touchdown passes and nine interceptions this season.
"Just watching the games he (Revis) is playing, he has the ability and instincts to cover guys even when it looks like his body or sounds like his body wasn't a 100 percent," Rodgers said in a conference call Wednesday. "He's a shutdown corner. ... (he's) one of the best, if not the best at his position."
Billingsley spent the last two seasons on the Miami Dolphins' practice squad and was released last Dec. 10. Gilbert is San Jose State's all-time leader with 22.5 sacks.
"We're ready to roll," Ryan said. "We're healthy."