I think that I am not only speaking for myself when I say I don’t like when guys holdout. In many situations I understand it such as when veterans do it. They want to protect themselves and their investment. But when a rookie does it it’s even more ridiculous as we have said the salaries are pre-determined. The only thing to debate is language of the contract which is such minutiae it’s going to annoy the average fan. And they are typically behind on their learning which isn’t good on its own. In walks Dee Milliner after four days of a holdout. As I have written before it’s not a great precedent to set for sitting our at any point during the season. Finally however he is in camp. He feels confident that he is where he needs to be with his knowledge of the defense.
Jets’ CB Dee Milliner Does Not Feel Behind At All
The Jets Press | Aug 1