Darrelle Revis is running, cutting and feeling better about his recovery from a torn ACL in his left knee.

But the Bucs, who traded two high draft picks to the Jets in exchange for the Pro Bowl cornerback, haven't cleared Revis to practice with just over a month before the start of training camp.

That doesn't bother Revis or Bucs coach Greg Schiano, who only wants him to be healthy by the time Tampa Bay visits the Jets at Metlife Stadium the first game of the regular season.

“I’m confident,'' Revis said following the Bucs' OTA workout Tuesday. "I’m cutting. (Bucs trainer Todd Toriscelli) might tell me to slow down a little bit but I’m going full tilt and I’m cutting because I’m feeling good. Cutting and running and doing what I have to do.''

Will Revis be confident of his knee and comfortable in the Bucs' defense without actually playing in a football game?

"I think I’m getting comfortable now,'' Revis said. "I’m in the walk-throughs, I’m in the meeting. The defense is easy. I’m a veteran and some of the things we did in New York, coach Schiano does down here, too. I’m fine with that. I think the biggest thing is making sure I’m 100 percent when I step out there with the guys, my teammates, and we go out there and play some great football.''