The sight of the New York Jets cornerback not on the field Sunday in Cortland, N.Y., had many fans and reporters wondering if it was related to his sticky contract situation.
"I knew you were going to bring that up," Revis told reporters after practice. "Come on, now. No. It has nothing to do with that. I'm here. If I wasn't going to be here, I would've held out. That's not the case."
Revis was held out of team drills with tightness in his right hamstring, with the team taking a cautious approach to the health of its best player.
Revis felt the tightness during a rain-soaked practice Saturday, but said he felt "great" during individual drills Sunday. Still, the trainers opted to keep him out of 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 team drills.
Edwards works out
Miami coach Joe Philbin confirmed former Pro Bowl wide receiver Braylon Edwards had a workout with the Dolphins.
Philbin said the workout occurred in the middle of last week, a few days before the Dolphins held their first training camp practice.
The 29-year-old Edwards caught 15 passes for 181 yards in nine games for San Francisco last season, missing time with knee and shoulder injuries. The 49ers released him the final week of last season.
Tannehill on the field
On his first training-camp snap, Ryan Tannehill rolled to his right and fired a strike to wide receiver Roberto Wallace along the sideline.
It was the start of an impressive practice for the Miami Dolphins' first-round pick, who missed the first two days of camp because he remained unsigned.
"I thought he'd be a little bit rusty today, but I thought he was pretty much on task on just about everything he did," said Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, Tannehill's college coach at Texas A&M. "He didn't seem to miss a beat."
Tannehill joined his teammates for the 8 a.m. practice in Davie, Fla., about nine hours after he arrived at the team's training facility to sign his contract.
Tannehill had spent the past few days, including his 24th birthday Friday, in Bradenton working out at the IMG Madden Football Academy.
Texans' Johnson hurt
Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson said he'll miss "a week or so" after a minor groin injury in the team's second morning practice.
Johnson fell awkwardly running a route on Sunday morning and had an MRI exam later in the day that showed a "mild strain."
"It just tightened up on me," the five-time Pro Bowl receiver said. "I had hit the ground pretty hard, stretching out for a ball. That was pretty much it."