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Dee Milliner probably an off-set problem Dan Leberfeld

You know darn well that Dee Milliner and his agent want no off-set language in his contract.

Off-set language means that if a player gets released before his contract is up, and he gets signed by another team, and signs for let’s say $500,000, the original team isn’t responsible for that money, and it cuts into what they owed the player.

This way, the player doesn’t double-dip.

But you know Milliner, a player who had five surgeries in college, and is a little injury-prone, doesn’t want off-set language.

If his injury history continues into the future (I’m not predicting this), and he doesn’t make it to Year Four, you know he wants his Year Four money from the Jets, and a potential new team.