Darrelle Revis received some good news Monday morning from Russ Warren, the physician who performed the surgery on his injured left knee last year.

Warren told the New York Jets all-pro cornerback following an examination in Manhattan that Revis is recovering nicely and can run without any restrictions, according to a person informed of Warren's assessment. The person, who spoke to USA TODAY Sports on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to speak publicly about Revis' health status, said the perennial Pro Bowler was headed to the Jets' facility in Florham Park, N.J., where Revis will continue his rehab.

The Jets' offseason workout program began today, and the team insisted Revis attend 80% of the sessions or forfeit $3 million in bonus money, per the terms of his contract. Revis had hoped to remain in Arizona through the draft so he could see if he'd be traded elsewhere.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers remain interested in acquiring Revis but surely want to take their own look at his knee before any trade is completed. The latest news, combined with Revis' trainer, Brett Fischer, telling NFL Network last week he has to "hold (Revis) like a thoroughbred because he's ready to go," indicates Revis could be healthy enough to assure the Bucs he will be ready to go come Week 1. He first tore his left ACL Sept. 23, the Jets' third game of the 2012 season.