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Ryan: Jets Being Cautious With Revis

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Monday that Darrelle Revis is unlikely to play Sunday against Buffalo, giving his injured hamstring another week to heal.

Speaking Monday after the Jets’ 31-23 road win over the Dolphins, Ryan said the team wants to be cautious with Revis so his strained left hamstring doesn’t become a season-long problem.

“He’s moving around better and he feels better, but you almost have to be 100 percent to play corner or you’re going to be facing this the whole season,” Ryan said with the Jets at 2-1.

Pace could make his first regular-season appearance after missing the first three games with a broken bone in his foot. Ryan said Pace appears healthy enough to return to practice Wednesday.

Revis missed his first regular-season game Sunday after straining the hamstring in the second quarter of the Jets’ Week 2 home win over the Patriots.

Offensive tackle Wayne Hunter (shin) and linebacker Jamaal Westerman (ankle and hamstring) appear unlikely to play against the Bills. Ryan said Hunter’s injury – the result of a helmet to the shin against the Patriots – worsened in recent days.