- Rich Cimini, ESPN Staff Writer
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CORTLAND, N.Y. -- After a day of rest, the Jets return to the practice field for a 10 a.m. start at SUNY Cortland. There will be no shortage of storylines:
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1. The Dee-but: It took three months, but rookie CB Dee Milliner is expected to practice with the Jets for the first time. The No. 1 pick, more than four months removed from shoulder surgery, will be limited, according to the team. That means he likely will participate in positional drills, but not team drills. He didn't finalize his contract until late Sunday night.
2. Mark's turn: Mark Sanchez will work with the starters for the next two practices, based on the quarterback rotation the team has set up. Rookie Geno Smith did a nice job Sunday and Monday with the first team, now it's Sanchez's turn to answer.
3. Chris-crossed: The world is waiting to see Chris Ivory in a full practice. Well, maybe not the world, but a lot of Jets fans want to see the new running back in action. Ivory has been slowed by a hamstring injury, but there's a chance he could return Wednesday.