The Rochester Rattlers selected Mark Millon with the first pick of the MLL Supplemental Draft amid plenty of questions. Now, it appears the experiment is coming to an end.
Millon had not played in Major League Lacrosse since 2011, when he was a part of the then Washington Bayhawks and Long Island Lizards. Millon was healthy and in shape, but the Rochester attack had so many young studs it was hard to give the aging attacker any field time.
Millon was released a few days ago and no team has attempted to claim him. He played in three games with the Rattlers with just four points and it appears that his storied professional lacrosse career is coming to an end, officially.
It has been reported that Millon himself requested his release because he knew he would see even less field time as the season went on, and he still has hopes of another team attempting to pick him up out of the MLL player pool.