The New York Jets continue to get bit by the injury bug this offseason. After having Muhammad Wilkerson limited in practice due to a hamstring, the Jets lost safety Antonio Allen for the season with a torn Achilles. The Jets also lost rookie Devin Smith for four to six weeks earlier in training camp.

Now, they'll be without another key player.

According to the team, oft-injured former first-round cornerback Dee Milliner will be out six to eight weeks. Milliner injured a tendon in his right wrist in practice on Thursday and will undergo surgery on Friday.

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Milliner had high expectations for the 2015 season after being injured in his first two seasons in the league. He wasn't expected to be a starter, but he was hoping to see the field enough to make an impact. Milliner was buried on the depth chart behind the newly-acquired Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, and Buster Skrine.

Fortunately, the Jets have depth at all the positions that have suffered injuries, making the losses less daunting.

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