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 during the spring.

He had not undergone a physical as of yesterday afternoon to see if he’ll be able to practice with the Jets tomorrow. The team will not practice today.

“We’ll see where he is physically” coach Rex Ryan said. “Hopefully he comes out and everything’s good and we’re able to get him on the field as soon as possible. Obviously he has to go through that process. We’ll see where he’s at.”

Milliner is undoubtedly going to draw comparisons to former Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis. The Jets shipped Revis to the Buccaneers four days before selecting Milliner with the ninth pick overall making it look as if they were drafting Revis’ replacement.