CORTLAND, N.Y. -- New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis didn't practice Sunday because of a tight hamstring, the team said.
Revis participated in individual and positional drills, but he sat out the team portion of practice. He watched from the sideline without his helmet.
The All-Pro corner wasn't cleared by the trainer for a full practice, according to the Jets.
There was no initial word on how long he will be sidelined. Rex Ryan will address the media later.
Revis admitted he was "close" to holding out before deciding to report to camp but the initial indication is that this isn't contract related. Two years ago, at a minicamp, Revis -- unhappy with his contract -- admitted he feigned a hamstring injury as a form of protest.
Revis wants to re-negotiate his contract, which had two years remaining, but he was rebuffed by the Jets.