Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis has become famous for making people disappear.

Yesterday, he pulled the same act on himself.

Revis didn’t practice for the first time since the media has been able to witness the Pats’ offseason workouts. However, it’s not considered any type of long-term concern. The Patriots wrap up minicamp today before taking off for a month prior to training camp.

Revis didn’t appear to suffer an injury at any point during Tuesday’s workout, so yesterday’s absence was a surprise.

“All the players that are out there practicing are practicing, and the ones that aren’t, aren’t,” Patriots coach Bill Belichick deadpanned when asked about Revis.

Naturally, the magnitude of Revis’ importance to the team is enough to sound a metaphorical alarm when he doesn’t practice. The three-time All-Pro corner has had a strong camp, as Tom Brady and the quarterbacks have been reluctant to throw in his direction.

Revis joined wide receivers Aaron Dobson and Wilson Van Hooser, cornerback Alfonzo Dennard, and defensive linemen Dominique Easley and Armond Armstead as players who did not participate in yesterday’s workout.

When pressed further about Revis, Belichick simply replied, “There are a lot of guys that didn’t practice today.”

Second-year cornerback Logan Ryan took Revis’ spot in the lineup across from Brandon Browner, and Kyle Arrington remained in the slot. Though the Patriots, like every team in the NFL, couldn’t afford to lose someone like Revis, their starting experience at cornerback is considered an area of strength in 2014.