Milliner's fifth-year contract option will not be exercised by the Jets, ESPN.com reports. Milliner has been a huge disappointment since being drafted ninth overall in 2009, with numerous injuries derailing his career thus far. In fact, Milliner has been sidelined for 27 of 48 games since entering the league, and has already undergone surgery on both his Achilles and wrist, which followed the five total procedures he underwent in college. While Milliner will remain with the Jets for the upcoming campaign, he's expected to serve merely as a depth option within their secondary.
Milliner (hamstring) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Patriots. This is not a big surprise since he did not practice on Friday. Injuries continue to be a problem for Milliner thus far in his career.
Milliner (hamstring) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Milliner did not practice Friday, and he's unlikely to take the field Sunday after sustaining a hamstring injury during last week's matchup with the Cowboys. The Alabama product, who spent much of the season on short-term IR, has appeared in only five games, registering one tackle.
Milliner injured his hamstring and is questionable to return Saturday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Milliner just returned from the short-term IR in Week 10 and has played sparingly since then. More information regarding the severity of the injury will likely arrive after the game.
The Jets have activated Milliner (wrist) from short-term IR. Milliner's return arrives at a good time for the Jets, with Antonio Cromartie dealing with a deep quad bruise. If Cromartie can't play Thursday against the Bills, Milliner will bolster the team's cornerback depth behind Darrelle Revis, Buster Skrine and Marcus Williams.
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