The New York Jets Darrelle Revis torn ACL injury will most likely keep him out of the game for the rest of the season, according to the latest news from coach Rex Ryan. Darrelle Revis will reportedly need surgery to fix the torn ligament in his left knee, which means he probably will not return to the field this season.

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said in a press statement that the Darrell Revis injury is disappinting. “This guys wants to win,” Ryan said. “As great a player as he is individually, he’s a great teammate and just wants to win.” After surgery, recovery for a torn ACL can take between six and nine months.

Darrell Revis’ torn ACL was the result of an injury in the third quarter of the Jets’ game against Miami. Darrel Revis fell badly and was clutching at his knee as he hit the ground. The injury was not the result of contact by another player.

Sadly, Darrell Revis had just returned to the game after he missed last week due to a concussion while playing against Buffalo in the Jets’ season opener. Despite the tremendous loss to the team, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said the team will still be good to go without their star player.

“We have enough to get it done here, Ryan said. “We’ll find a way to get this done.”

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