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One Jet At A Time:
Tonight brings by the 3rd daily update from Eric. Previous Days: 7/27, 7/28
7/29, 9:18pm EST: For some reason, today I hit the field "turnt up," as we like to say.
Maybe because I woke up to the news that we signed the homie Dee Milliner.
I was ready to get my hands on receivers. It was a fun, physical practice. It's crazy how well the team takes on the personality of our head coach Rex.
Other than that, it was a pretty normal, long day full of meetings and walk-throughs.
A training camp day for rookies starts at 6:15am weights, and doesn't end until 9pm.
Tomorrow is our day to rest up. Much needed on the body, but my mind will definitely still be working—going over the playbook and watching film.
There's no place I'd rather be right now than Cortland, NY. It's definitely a blessing.
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CORTLAND, N.Y. The much anticipated arrival of former Alabama All-American cornerback Dee Milliner is finally here. After holding out for the first three days of training camp, the Jets' top pick in this year's NFL draft, has reached a four-year contract agreement with the team. The Jets announced the deal - reportedly a four-year, $12.66 million contract - Sunday night...
According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets have agreed to terms with first round pick, cornerback Dee Milliner. Jets announce that they have agreed to terms with first-round pick Dee Milliner. #nyj — Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) July 29, 2013 The only first round pick that remains unsigned is Titans offensive lineman Chance Warmack. Need NFL Tickets? ...
After a short holdout, Dee Milliner can focus on becoming the New York Jets' next shutdown cornerback.
The former Alabama star, selected with the ninth overall pick in April, agreed to a four-year contract Sunday night after he missed the team's first three practices of training camp.
He is expected to join the Jets at SUNY Cortland on Monday. It was uncertain if Milliner...
With his contract negotiations and shoulder rehab in the rearview, New York Jets rookie cornerback Dee Milliner has his sights set on returning to the practice field as soon as he's medically cleared by the training staff.
The cornerback holdout was a lot shorter for the Jets this time than it was when Darrelle Revis missed all of training camp in 2010.
The team and first-round pick Dee Milliner agreed to a four-year $12.66 million contract last night that will have Milliner in training camp today.
Milliner who was selected No. 9 overall missed the first three days of practice as his agent and the...
And with the latest news, officially announced by the New York Jets, fans' hearts are at ease.
Jets have agreed to contract with Dee Milliner. Milliner expected to be in Cortland tomorrow. #nyj
— Seth Walder (@SethWalderNYDN) July 29, 2013
2013 1st Round, 9th Overall selection, cornerback Dee Milliner has signed his contract and, presumingly, will be at camp...
The Jets are finally getting rookie cornerback Dee Milliner into camp now that he's agreed to terms with the team. Now, Milliner has some catching up to do if he wants to be up to speed as quickly as possible.
Like Darrelle Revis before him, Milliner has missed some training camp practices, but it’s not to an extent that will set him back significantly. His holdout was beginning...
The New York Jets finally inked their prized rookie cornerback to a deal on Sunday after a lengthy negotiation period that spilled over into training camp.
BY NICK ST. DENISThe New York Jets announced the signing of their top rookie, first-round cornerback Dee Milliner, Sunday night.According to ESPN New York's Rich Cimini, Milliner's new contract is worth $12.66 million -- fully guaranteed -- over four years. With that, Milliner now must prove he's worth it.The former Alabama defensive back had shoulder surgery in March...
Dee Milliner has his contract. Now we’ll see if he’s ready for contact.
The Jets’ first-round pick arrived at training camp yesterday to sign the four-year $12.66 million pact he agreed to Sunday night ending his week-long holdout. The cornerback from Alabama has not practiced with the Jets at all since being drafted because he was recovering from shoulder surgery performed...
Out on the adjacent football fields to SUNY Cortland between the white tents constructed for fans and the metal bleachers there has been a conspicuous absence.
Cornerback Dee Milliner the ninth overall pick in April’s NFL Draft and the first of the Jets’ two opening-round selections has been away — submerged in a contract-driven holdout.
Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson...
Jets Insider Radio will be broadcasting live on Wednesday Night with all the latest breaking news from Training Camp in Cortland, NY.We will full reports on Dee Milliner's first camp practice and debate who is leading the QB competition.Joining us live will be JI Managing Editor Chris Nimbley and JI field reporter Evan Slavit live from Cortland who will share all of their observations...
It’s rough being the player that replaces a legend, yet those are exactly the shoes Milliner will walk in, as he tries to replace the consensus top cornerback in all of football.
After Darrelle Revis was traded to the Buccaneers, the Jets used the 9th overall pick in the draft, to selected the extremely talented Milliner out of Alabama.
Milliner will face a ton of pressure being...
BY NICK ST. DENISWhen the New York Jets drafted Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner, veteran Antonio Cromartie acquired some of Milliner's college tape. The kind you watch."You always want to be up on the guys that you want bring in, especially a rookie," Cromartie told reporters Monday, via TheJetsBlog. "Being the veteran guy, I have to make sure I try to bring him...