Santonio Holmes' rehab from a Lisfranc injury has been gradual. He spoke today but offered little certainty for the upcoming season.

Asked if he would be ready for training camp, Holmes responded: "It's taking one day at a time. I won't know until it happens."

And if he would be ready for the Bucs Week 1, Holmes offered "no comment."

For now, Holmes can say that his rehab has been "great." But he is limited in all that he does and would not say that he can jog, only that he is restricted to working out.

The hardest part for him was simply to learn how to walk again. But he has no concerns about being able to play at his position.

"To have something like this happen it kind of puts a damper in your whole physical ability to do anything," he said.

If he is able to play opening week, he would have a chance to face his former teammate, Darrelle Revis.

"It would be a great matchup," he said. "It would be a lot of fun to to go out there against an old nemesis."

Holmes also weighed in on a few other topics other than himself.

On Mark Sanchez: "I think he's going to be our guy. Coaches brought him back for a reason...I signed back because of him."