It sure looks like CB Dee Milliner just can't stay healthy. The former first round draft pick who played in just 16 games in his first two seasons in the NFL is out again. He injured a tendon in his right wrist at yesterday's practice and will have surgery today. He is out 6-8 weeks, meaning he’ll miss the start of the regular season.
Luckily, unlike last season, he's just a #4 cornerback on the depth chart and was only competing for a roster spot. Last season, when Milliner was projected as a starter, he missed 13 games with a torn Achilles tendon after missing a majority of camp with an ankle injury.
In other news, S Antonio Allen was lost for the season yesterday, as he suffered a torn Achilles tendon. He was waived by the Gang Green earlier today.