New Jets CB Dee Milliner insists all five surgeries he's undergone were "minor."
Jets GM John Idzik insists the Darrelle Revis trade wasn't the impetus for taking CB Dee Milliner at No. 9.
Jets selected Alabama CB Dee Milliner with the No. 9 overall pick.
Citing a "source (he) trust(s)," CBS Sports' Clark Judge reports the Falcons are trying to trade up for a cornerback.
Alabama CB Dee Milliner (shoulder surgery) says he'll be "perfectly fine" for training camp.
Based on information collected from 22 teams, NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline reports Alabama's Dee Milliner remains the "unanimous choice" as the draft's top-rated cornerback.
"Several league sources" tell the Cleveland Plain Dealer they believe Alabama CB Dee Milliner's medical history was leaked to the media in a "smear campaign" before the draft.
Appearing on Around the League, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said he would be "a little surprised" if the Browns didn't take Alabama CB Dee Milliner at No. 6.
Appearing on NFL 32 Monday, ESPN's Todd McShay suggested Alabama CB Dee Milliner "might fall a little bit" on draft day.
Alabama CB Dee Milliner (shoulder surgery) expects to be 100 percent "sometime in August at the latest," and insists teams aren't concerned.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Alabama CB Dee Milliner (shoulder surgery) may not be ready for training camp.
NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline reports the Browns and Jets both have top-ten grades on Alabama CB Dee Milliner.
Citing multiple sources, NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline reports Alabama CB Dee Milliner is the Browns target at the No. 6 overall pick, with their preferred fallback option being a trade down.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Falcons are "high" on Oregon DE/LB Dion Jordan and Alabama CB Dee Milliner as they attempt to trade up in the draft.