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New York Jets Injury Report 9/10/14

The Wednesday injury report for week 2.

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Some promising news on the injury front; cornerback Dee Milliner was limited in practice and is on track to return soon, if not this week. Coach Rex Ryan discussed potentially using Milliner in limited snaps during the week 2 game against the Green bay Packers if the CB is healthy enough.

I'm personally excited to see Milliner back in action, but I'm also worried the team could potentially be rushing him back too early out of necessity. Ankle sprains can linger for weeks to months, and until the player is 100% healthy they risk both being a liability on the field as well as aggravating the injury. If Milliner is truly healthy and available in limited capacity, he will be sorely needed against an offense led by top-tier quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Josh Bush continues to nurse his quadricep, while A.J. Edds appears to have a lingering hammy problem. The rest of the team looks promising for the weekend. The Packers for their part are relatively healthy and should be in full force on Sunday barring something unforeseen. Bryan Bulaga could be a critical loss on the offensive line for the Packers if he is unable to play.

Practice Did not participate Limited Full Participation
Wednesday S Josh Bush (quadricep), TE Jeff Cumberland (non-injury related), LB AJ Edds (hamstring) DE IK Enemkpali (foot), CB Dee Milliner (ankle), OL Willie Colon (calf)

Green Bay Packers

Practice Did not participate Limited Full Participation
Wednesday LB Brad Jones (quadricep), RB Eddie Lacy (concussion) TE Brandon Bostick (fibula), T Bryan Bulaga (knee)

CB Demetri Goodson (concussion)

Do you think Dee Milliner will play at least some snaps against the formidable Green Bay offense? Should he?