Jets CB Dee Milliner may be injured again, which is bad news for the Jets.
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New York Jets CB Dee Milliner was hurt on a FG attempt by the Denver Broncos.
The diagnosis was an ankle injury that will take him out for the rest of the game.
Milliner has already missed several games this season due to various leg injuries and this one may keep him out for an extend period of time. With the loss of Milliner, CBs Darrin Walls and Phillip Adams are expected to replace him.
The Jets drafted Milliner No. 9 overall in the 2013 NFL draft. While he struggled as a rookie, being benched 3 times for poor play, he finished the season on a high note, being named Defensive Rookie of the Month in December after recording 3 INTs in the final 4 games.
Milliner was named the Jets starter for the 2014 NFL season after the team released 2-time Pro Bowl starting CB Antonio Cromartie.