Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Jets' picks: Round 1/9 - Dee Milliner, CB, 6-0, 201, Alabama...Milliner was one of the most decorated cornerbacks in the draft, as well as perhaps its most banged-up. He's already had five surgeries, including a recent shoulder operation to repair a torn labrum, but the Jets are confident in his medical records and believe he can perform in the NFL as he did at Alabama, where he led the nation with 21 pass breakups last year. Not drafted to replace Darrelle Revis, but will likely anchor the secondary for years to come. - The Sports Xchange
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09/18/14 - CB Dee Milliner (high ankle sprain) didn't practice Wednesday, three days after he struggled in his season debut, a 31-24 loss to the Packers. Head coach Rex Ryan said he was hopeful Milliner would be able to play Monday night against the Bears, when even a hobbled Milliner will be needed as the Jets try to contain Chicago WRs Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery.
09/11/14 - CB Dee Milliner (high ankle sprain) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday. It was the first practice activity for Milliner since he was injured on Aug. 10. Both Milliner and head coach Rex Ryan are hopeful Milliner can play Sunday against the Packers.
09/03/14 - CB Dee Milliner (high ankle sprain) didn't participate in practice Wednesday. While both Milliner and head coach Rex Ryan expressed hope Milliner could play in Sunday's regular-season opener against Oakland, Ryan acknowledged it was a bad sign that Milliner was inactive on Wednesday and said he'd have to practice soon to have a chance to play. Milliner was injured during practice Aug. 10.
08/19/14 - CB Dee Milliner has officially been diagnosed with a high ankle sprain. Coach Rex Ryan said he forgot to inform reporters that Milliner, who was injured during practice on Aug. 10, underwent an MRI that revealed the injury. The Jets hope Milliner will be ready for the season opener on Sept. 8, though high ankle sprains typically take four to six weeks to heal.
10/28/13 - --CB Dee Milliner was benched in the middle of a game for the second time this season on Sunday, when he took a seat just before halftime in the Jets' 49-9 loss to the Bengals. Milliner was targeted five times and gave up four catches for 108 yards and one touchdown. He was also benched at halftime against the Patriots on Sept. 12, when a long touchdown pass he gave up to Kenbrell Thompkins was overruled via replay.
10/22/13 - CB Dee Milliner (undisclosed) limped off the field midway through the fourth quarter of the Jets' 30-27 overtime win over the Patriots on Sunday. Coach Rex Ryan said Monday afternoon that Milliner "had some different injuries" but nothing specific. Milliner missed the previous three games with a hamstring injury and underwent five surgeries before he was drafted by the Jets in May, including a shoulder procedure in March.
10/18/13 - CB Dee Milliner (hamstring) practiced in full Friday and is listed as probable. He first injured the hamstring in practice Sept. 25.
10/16/13 - CB Dee Milliner (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday. It was his most strenuous activity since he suffered the hamstring injury in practice on Sept. 25 and would seem to bode well for his chances of returning to action against the Patriots on Sunday, While Milliner struggled in his first three games, the Jets could certainly use his upside in a suddenly vulnerable secondary.
10/11/13 - CB Dee Milliner has been ruled out with his lingering hamstring injury. Milliner said he believes he'll be ready to return for next week's game against New England.
10/10/13 - CB Dee Milliner (hamstring) didn't practice Wednesday but was spotted engaging in individual work on the side during the window in which reporters were allowed to watch practice. Milliner has missed the Jets' last two games with the hamstring injury, which he suffered in practice on Sept. 25. He has yet to return to a full practice.