Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik says he is “totally confident” Darrelle Revis will be healthy enough to play against his former team in Week 1.

Revis—the crown jewel in the Bucs' makeover of their secondary—has yet to practice with the team in offseason workouts. He is coming off left ACL surgery in mid-October after suffering the injury in Week 3.

“He's in great shape right now,” Dominik said Friday on “NFL Total Access.” “He's running full speed, he's cutting, he's doing all the things we'd want him to do from a training standpoint, a rehabilitation standpoint.

"We're going to keep him at our pace, but the whole point is that he'll walk out to the first day of training camp, he'll have the pads on and he'll be ready hopefully for the Jets (in) Week 1. We're expecting that."

That would give him almost 11 months of recovery time, but there are extreme demands on the knees of cornerbacks, with all the starts and cuts and adjustments to opponents’ moves.

Revis recently said he was “confident” that he’ll be able to play Sept. 8 against the Jets at MetLife Stadium.