Dallas Cowboys’ Darrelle Revis, the latest injury update

Darrelles Revis, who is recovering from a concussion suffered in the Dallas Cowboys game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, has been cleared to play against the Denver Broncos, according to a league source.

The source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Revis has been fully cleared to practice and is now ready to go.

In addition, the source said Revis has resumed his full workload, although he’s still rehabbing from a fractured left ankle suffered in Week 17.

The source also said that Revis will begin his third consecutive practice on Tuesday and will play in Week 11.

Revis missed Week 9 with a concussion.

The NFL Network reported earlier Monday that Revis, 30, had been cleared for contact, but his status remained unclear.

The team had no additional comment.

The Jets’ first-round pick in the 2011 draft, Revis has missed three games since he returned from a torn ACL in Week 9.

In his first two seasons with the team, he totaled nine interceptions.

In a tweet Monday night, NFL Network’s Dan Graziano reported that Revis is still dealing with “neck stiffness.”

The Jets did not immediately respond to a request for comment.