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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - Darrelle Revis is fully recovered from a concussion and will play for the New York Jets after practicing fully for the second straight day.
The All-Pro cornerback is listed as probable on the team's injury report Friday, meaning he'll be back in Rex Ryan's secondary on Sunday in Miami after he missed last week's game at Pittsburgh. Revis suffered what the team called a "minor concussion" in the season opener against Buffalo.
Tight end Dustin Keller (right hamstring) is questionable after missing last week's game, as is defensive back Ellis Lankster (lower back).
Ryan says fullback John Conner (right knee) and linebacker Bryan Thomas (hamstring) are doubtful and unlikely to play. Tight end Konrad Reuland would fill in for Conner if he can't go.
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