Half the time I post, it's a bit loaded. I consider myself educated with all things NFL and Phins...until I see some of your breakdowns and analysis here on thephinsider.com
I just read this:The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Alabama CB Dee Milliner (shoulder surgery) may not be ready for training camp.
"We haven't been able to do the rehab like I want to because I've been going to different teams," Milliner said. "But once the draft is over, I'll be able to start to rehab it and try to get back on track." According to SI's Peter King, Milliner's shoulder is indeed beginning to concern teams, but he should still be ready to take the field at some point this preseason. Per reporter Jeff McLane, Milliner "may be in play" for the Eagles at No. 4, but likely won't be their pick unless they trade down. Once a good bet to go in the top-five, Milliner may no longer be a lock for the top-ten.
1.What injury occured exactly and when did it happen? Was this a freak incident, or legit? I don't follow CFB enough, so I wasn't really aware.
2.Follow up, what are your thoughts on pre-draft injury concerns. I have to think you draft this guy regardless of "injury concern" - it would be a damn shame if a potential top 5 talent was omitted on fear alone.