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    Getty Linebacker Von Miller #40 of the Buffalo Bills walks on the field before the NFL game against the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium on September 08, 2022 in Inglewood, California. Von Miller has a date for his return to the Buffalo Bills — even if it’s just a tentative one. The edge rusher gave new insight on the knee injury he suffered in the team’s 28-25 win over the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving, which was initially feared to be an ACL tear but later confirmed by Miller to be a lateral meniscus injury. Miller gave an update on the injury on Tuesday, giving a date when he hopes to be back on the field.Miller Wants to Return for AFC East ShowdownThough Miller was already ruled out of this Thursday’s game against the New England Patriots, the All-Pro edge rusher revealed that he could be back as soon as Week 14 against the New York Jets. “It’s going to have to be addressed, but I do feel like I can play through that,” Miller said on the...
    Getty Von Miller #40 of the Buffalo Bills looks on during Bills training camp at Saint John Fisher University on July 24, 2022 in Pittsford, New York. The Buffalo Bills (7-3) appear to be back on track after defeating the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day, their second consecutive win at Ford Field in five days, but the primetime victory, which put them back atop the AFC East, also took out one of the most important players, edge rusher Von Miller. On November 24, Miller suffered a knee injury after getting stepped on by Lions center Frank Ragnow on his way to tackle quarterback Jard Goff with 2:44 left in the second quarter, was carted off the field and ruled out for the rest of the game. Miller injured the same knee back in 2013, during which he tore his ACL. After undergoing tests on Friday, November 25, it was revealed that Miller did not tear his ACL, per ESPN‘s Adam Schefter, but he’s “considered out indefinitely” until the team gathers more information. An MRI revealed that the 33-year-old...
    Getty Von Miller #40 of the Buffalo Bills dances during practice on August 05, 2022 in Orchard Park, New York. Von Miller is getting some love from his former teammate after a Thanksgiving injury scare. The Buffalo Bills edge rusher went down with a knee injury in the second quarter of Thursday’s win over the Detroit Lions, with some immediate fears that it could be serious. As Miller was being carted off the field, he got a message from friend and former Los Angeles Rams teammate Odell Beckham Jr.Beckham Sends Love to MillerShortly after a stone-faced Miller was carted off Ford Field on November 24, Beckham took to Twitter to send some love and a prayer for him. “God plz watch over @VonMiller!!! Place your hands over him Lord. I ask that it not be anything too serious. I love u brother prayin hard!” Beckham tweeted. Beckham added a message aimed at the NFL, joining the players and health experts who have called for an end to turf fields, which can be more dangerous for players and have...
    The Buffalo Bills didn’t have to wait long to get somewhat encouraging news on the extent of Von Miller’s knee injury. Thanksgiving didn’t leave Buffalo Bills fans feeling very thankful. Thursday’s matchup in Detroit wasn’t the bounceback game many were expecting to be, rather it was a hard-fought battle that went right down to the wire. It wasn’t exactly a case-building game for the Bills, who have hit a skid in the second half of the NFL year after dominating the AFC the first few months of the season. Losses to the Jets and Vikings sunk the Bills in both the AFC Playoff Picture and the AFC East, with Buffalo bottoming out in third place in its division. The loss to the Vikings, coupled with hot streaks by the Chiefs and Dolphins, cost the Bills control of the No. 1 seed in the AFC and dropped them to the Wild Card. Things didn’t go much better on Thursday. Beyond the subpar performance, the Bills lost star pass rusher Von Miller in the second quarter of Thursday’s win over the...
    Getty Von Miller #40 of the Buffalo Bills rushes the quarterback during the first quarter against the Green Bay Packers at Highmark Stadium on October 30, 2022. Late in the second quarter of the Buffalo Bills‘ primetime Thanksgiving Day game against the Detroit Lions, superstar edge rusher Von Miller went down with a knee injury. Miller seemingly got twisted in traffic on his way to tackle Lions quarterback Jard Goff in the red zone, who then completed a seven-yard pass to Kalif Raymond. While the 33-year-old walked off on his own power, he went straight into the blue medical tent for examination. Afterward, he was shown on the CBS broadcast getting carted off to the locker room. The Athletic‘s Joe Buscaglia tweeted, “For what it’s worth, there is a very windy uphill ramp to the visitor’s locker room in Detroit. The cart may be more functional convenience than severity.” However, Miller was quickly ruled out for the remainder of the game, which is obviously a terrible blow to what’s already a heavily depleted Bills’ defense. The Bills head...
    Free agent Odell Beckham Jr went on an anti-turf Twitter rant after Buffalo Bills star Von Miller was carted away on Thanksgiving following a knee injury.  Buffalo Bills fans are holding their breath after Von Miller was carted to the locker room following what the team said is a knee injury. Miller appeared to get rolled up on after getting his foot stuck in Ford Field’s turf. Replay showed Miller’s leg slightly jiggle in a way that indicates an ACL injury, although the Bills have yet to determine the exact nature of his injury. You can see the tibia of Von Millers right knee shift forward then back as the knee moves in. That mechanism would suggest ACL injury pic.twitter.com/gSuFcrnBTF — Brian Sutterer MD (@BrianSuttererMD) November 24, 2022 Needless to say, another star player suffering a devastating — and potential season-ending — injury on field turf has once again enraged players and fans at home. Almost as soon as CBS cameras showed Miller being carted to the Bills locker room, Odell Beckham Jr  jumped on Twitter and was livid...
    The latest Von Miller injury update after the Buffalo Bills star was carted away on Thanksgiving after suffering a knee injury.  The absolute last thing the Buffalo Bills needed as for the injury bug to bite one of its key core players. That’s what happened on Thanksgiving in Detroit, as Von Miller was carted off the field after getting rolled up low in the first half of the Bills game against the Lions. Miller appears to be hit low after getting his foot stuck in the Ford Field turf, and required immediate medical attention. He walked off under his own power but that’s where the good news for Bills fans ended. this appears to be the play Von Miller got hurt on. It’s a knee injury pic.twitter.com/By6Mrzf7fM — alex (@highlghtheaven) November 24, 2022 Tracy Wolfson announced on the CBS broadcast that Miller had been in the medical tent for “some time” before being carted away from the Buffalo sideline. Soon after, it was revealed that Miller was being ruled out with a knee injury.  
    THE NFL field turf vs grass debate is kicking up a notch. After many blamed New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard's recent ACL tear on the field turf at MetLife Stadium, the debate on whether or not NFL games should be played on grass has been reignited. 4Miller has two Super Bowl rings - one with the Rams and one with the BroncosCredit: Getty 4Shepard's injury was non-contactCredit: Getty Images - Getty On Thursday, two-time Super Bowl winner Von Miller weighed in on the topic while appearing on The Pat McAfee show, and as far as he's concerned: "It's time for every single field to be grass." Miller explained that looking at other professional leagues like the Premier League and La Liga, all their pitches are made of grass. Miller said: "The crazy thing about it [is] when they come over here they put grass on the turf fields for these guys to play on." Miller continued: "And honestly, we are the ones that [are] playing on it and our feedback is this is a better surface, it feels...
    Getty Von Miller looks on before a Buffalo Bills game. An injury-depleted Buffalo Bills team is looking to steal a win in Miami, and Von Miller is dressed the part. The star edge rusher garnered some viral attention for his bizarre outfit as the team arrived at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami for a key divisional game against the Dolphins. Both teams went into the game undefeated, but the Bills suffered a series of injuries that left the secondary without nearly all of the season-opening starting unit.Miller’s Strange Fashion SenseMiller set the tone for Sunday’s game early, arriving at the stadium wearing a full ski mask. As WROC-TV’s Thad Brown noted, it was a less than practical outfit as it was already close to 90 degrees when he arrived in the late morning. The picture drew some viral attention from Bills fans, predicting that Miller appeared locked and loaded for a big game. “Von about to blow up that dolphins oline,” one fan tweeted. Von Miller arriving in full ski mask today. It is hot and steamy...
    Getty From left: Greg Gaines, Justin Hollins and Taylor Rapp of the Rams. It’s looking like the Los Angeles Rams have their replacement for Von Miller in play for the 2022 season. One year after the Super Bowl 50 Most Valuable Player helped elevate the Rams to their second Vince Lombardi Trophy in franchise history, much of the offseason chatter centered on if the champs would seek out a replacement for the perennial Pro Bowler. Sean McVay revealed where things stood there. Long story short, the Rams don’t need to look far for replacing No. 40. 3 Defenders Have ‘Separated’ Themselves From the Pack McVay told the L.A. media on Monday, August 16 after practice in Thousand Oaks that there are three defenders who “have separated” themselves from everyone else in their group to help solidify the spot Miller bequeaths. All the more reason why McVay and the Rams, right now, have options in front of them to take over for Miller. McVay cited Justin Hollins and Terrell Lewis as guys who have put together...
    Getty Joe Burrow #9 of the Cincinnati Bengals holds his knee after getting sacked by Los Angeles Rams OLB Von Miller The Los Angeles Rams’ pass rush has been a problem for the Cincinnati Bengals offensive line during the entirety of Super Bowl 56, allowing an SB record-high of seven sacks on quarterback Joe Burrow. On the Rams’ seventh sack of the game and second one by LA’s outside linebacker Von Miller,  Burrow went down hard early in the fourth quarter on a third down. And Joe Burrow’s right knee not supposed to bend like that. pic.twitter.com/y9yrpjnwkG — Mike Chappell (@mchappell51) February 14, 2022 The way Burrow’s right knee twisted looked painful as he screamed while grabbing it and then limped off the field. Von Miller got Joe Burrow again and Joe was limping off the field. pic.twitter.com/2Q1Bs7x8pG — Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) February 14, 2022 Fortunately, Burrow’s injury was not as bad as it appeared and he returned to finish the game on the next drive. *Check back for past game updates*  
    Getty Von Miller will have to wait another week to make his L.A. Rams' debut. Unfortunately for the Los Angeles Rams, they will have to wait another week for Von Miller to make his debut. The prized addition via trade on Monday, November 1, was ruled inactive for Sunday night’s game against the Tennessee Titans — first reported by The Athletic’s Jourdan Rodrigue. Von Miller is INACTIVE tonight vs. Titans (ankle) — Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue) November 7, 2021 Sunday’s huge interconference battle between the 7-1 Rams and the 6-2 Titans added more intrigue when the Rams managed to send two future second day picks to the Denver Broncos in exchange for the eight-time Pro Bowler and Most Valuable Player of the 2016 Super Bowl. But now, the Rams will have to wait one more week to get a healthier Miller in the lineup.The Reason Why Miller is Inactive The 33-year-old Miller has been bothered by a lingering ankle injury that he sustained during the month of October. The injury occurred during the Broncos’ October 21...
    US closer to having antiviral COVID-19 drug available; 11 states sue over Biden vaccine mandate: Latest updates Sergeant whose union office was raided loses vacation days © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Week Nine of the 2021 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Colts and it continues with 12 more games on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. The teams playing on Monday night won’t release their final injury reports until Saturday and are not listed here. Titans at Rams Friday additions to the injury report are never good news, so Titans WR A.J. Brown (knee) popping up as questionable after not practicing could be troublesome. FB Tory Carter (shoulder), T Kendall Lamm (back), T Taylor Lewan (knee), and LB Monty Rice (knee) are also questionable while FB Khari Blasingame (knee), G Nate Davis (concussion), LB Rashaan Evans (ankle), and CB Greg Mabin (ankle) have been ruled out. It remains to...
    With the Cowboys unsure who will get the start at left tackle this weekend, Dallas is no doubt thrilled that Von Miller is now suiting up for the LA Rams. Injuries are starting to pile up for the Dallas Cowboys. First, Dak Prescott missed the Sunday Night Football showdown with a calf injury. Luckily, Cooper Rush was able to put on a show and help Dallas take down Minnesota. With that said, left tackle Tyron Smith is dealing with an ankle injury and it’s not looking promising that he’ll be able to put the pads on to face the Broncos in Week 9. With the LT spot being up in the air for Sunday, it will only have Dallas be a bit more relieved that Von Miller is now on the Rams instead of getting ready to go to war against the Cowboys in the trenches. Cowboys LT Tyron Smith “would be pressed to play this week” vs. Broncos, coach Mike McCarthy said. He declined to disclose who will practice most this week at LT between Ty Nsekhe, Terence Steele...
    Getty As the trade deadline looms and the Denver Broncos in the middle of a losing streak, the franchise could be ready to move on from an all-time great. There’s a growing concern that Denver Broncos‘ outside linebacker Von Miller may not be able to suit up when the team hosts the Washington Football Team, October 31. Miller, a surefire future Hall of Famer is on the injury report, listed as questionable, after suffering a nasty-looking injury in the Broncos’ Week 7 primetime loss at the Cleveland Browns, October 21. And with his possible absence, it could have a domino effect on the franchise’s immediate fortune. ALL the latest Broncos news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Broncos newsletter here!   Already Played Last Down in Denver?The playing status of Miller, who hasn’t practiced all week, is in serious jeopardy. And if he doesn’t suit up against the Football Team, and with the NFL trade deadline less than 48 hours after the game ends, the abbreviated Browns game could be Miller’s swan song in Denver. A recent article...
    Charleston church shooting victims, DOJ reach $88M settlement over white nationalists gun McConnell slams DOJ for targeting parents during crime, border crises Coming off four straight defeats that dropped the Denver Broncos to 3-4 on the season, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater essentially said Wednesday that this coming Sunday's game against the 2-5 Washington Football Team is must-win if Denver is going to turn things around and avoid a potential fire sale ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline.  © Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller Later that day, it was learned that Denver star pass-rusher Von Miller had missed back-to-back practice sessions this week because of the ankle sprain he suffered in last Thursday's 17-14 loss at the Cleveland Browns.  The bad news for Broncos fans is that Miller was once again a non-participant on Thursday. However, Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk notes that Denver head coach Vic Fangio said the issue has "alleviated some" during the midweek and that Miller could sit again Friday but still play Sunday. "We still have Friday’s practice, too," Fangio...
    You Need to Hear Penn Badgley’s Chilling Narration on This Joe Goldberg Fan Video 5 Keys to Making Your Car Last for 200,000 Miles © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Broncos linebacker Von Miller downplayed the severity of his ankle injury after last Thursday’s loss to the Browns, but it has turned out to be a bigger issue than he thought. Miller is out of practice again on Thursday because of the injury. Head coach Vic Fangio said that Miller has had a “hard time pushing off of” the ankle and that the problem has “alleviated some” in the last few days. It hasn’t alleviated enough for Miller to practice, but Fangio didn’t make it sound like that was necessary in order for Miller to play against Washington. “We still have Friday’s practice too,” Fangio said, via Mike Klis of KUSA. “Von’s a veteran player so we feel a little bit more comfortable playing him with limited practice. We’ll see how it goes. It’s more coming down to him physically.”...
    Angelina Jolie shares a laugh with five of her kids in London, more celebrity photos from Oct. 25-30 These 10 Stocks Are Gifts That Keep on Giving Last Thursday's 17-14 loss at the Cleveland Browns was particularly painful for the Broncos in that it was Denver's fourth straight defeat that dropped a once-unbeaten team to 3-4 on the season, and also because both nose tackle Mike Purcell and star pass-rusher Von Miller suffered physical setbacks in the prime-time clash.  © Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Von Miller is dealing with a sprained ankle. Purcell went down with what was referred to as a "significant" thumb injury, and head coach Vic Fangio said Tuesday Purcell "probably" won't play in at least this coming Sunday's matchup versus the 2-5 Washington Football Team, per Aric DiLalla of the club's website. Miller, meanwhile, sprained his ankle in Cleveland, and Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk notes that Miller was a non-participant in Wednesday's practice.  Miller also didn't take part in Tuesday's bonus session.  "Honestly, if we had to list a category today, he’d...
    Why ‘Rust’ Producers May Choose Bankruptcy Next From Gen Z to Boomers: A Generational Guide to Social Security © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Broncos have called edge rusher Von Miller day to day with the ankle injury that knocked him out of last Thursday’s game against the Broncos. Miller, though, has not practiced this week. The team listed him as a non-participant Wednesday, a day after coach Vic Fangio said Miller missed Tuesday’s bonus day practice. “Honestly, if we had to list a category today, he’d be questionable,” Fangio said Wednesday, via quotes distributed by the team. Miller has 4.5 sacks, seven tackles for loss, and nine quarterback hits in 2021 after missing all of last season with an ankle injury. Nose tackle Mike Purcell (thumb) also didn’t practice Wednesday and is not expected to play this week. Outside linebackers Malik Reed (hip) and Aaron Patrick (ankle), safety Jamar Johnson (quad), tackle Garett Bolles (foot) and receiver Tyrie Cleveland (ankle) were limited participants. Von Miller did not practice...
    Getty Jerry Jeudy #10 of the Denver Broncos celebrates a touchdown against the New York Jets during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium on October 01, 2020 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Embattled Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio finds himself on the hot seat in the The Centennial State after his squad sunk to their fourth consecutive loss to Cleveland last Thursday night. The harrowing performance was soured by an injury to franchise star Von Miller, who proclaimed he would “kill” the Browns’ tackles. Thankfully, the injury isn’t as serious as first thought. ESPN insider Jeremy Fowler reported, Oct. 22, Miller’s scan had come back negative. Source says Von Miller’s X-Ray came back ‘clean,’ not returning to the game out of caution. So, appears no structural damage for Miller. — Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) October 22, 2021 Miller was held back by Broncos medical staff, unable to return to the game as the Broncos’ failed to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. ALL the latest Broncos news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Broncos newsletter here!...
    Pace of vaccinations among young people spotlights nations stark regional disparities OnPolitics: Virginias dead heat governors race © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad After last Thursday’s game, Broncos edge rusher Von Miller said his pride hurt more than anything after he was ruled out with an ankle injury. It sounds like nothing more serious has developed over the long weekend. Head coach Vic Fangio told reporters in his Tuesday press conference that Miller is considered day-to-day as the team begins preparing to host Washington in Week Eight. Miller played just 46 percent of Denver’s defensive snaps in the Week Seven loss. He was close to 90 percent in the Broncos’ previous two games. Miller has 4.5 sacks, seven tackles for loss, and nine quarterback hits in 2021 after missing all of last season with an ankle injury. Via Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post, Fangio also noted that quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (foot/quad) is expected to be a full participant in this week’s practices. Receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) is expected to...
    Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins Dies at 42 After Prop Gun Incident on Alec Baldwin Film Asian markets gain as Evergrande makes overdue bond payment © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Denver Broncos pass rusher Von Miller was forced out of Thursday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns late in the second quarter due to an ankle injury. But it wasn’t the ankle that was sore for Miller after the loss to the Browns. “My pride hurts more than anything,” Miller said, via Nick Kosmider of TheAthletic.com. Miller spoke this week about his intention of having a big game with Browns left tackle Jedrick Willis banged up and right tackle Jack Conklin out for a second straight week. “I will play well in this game,” Miller said earlier this week. “I’m going to have a great game. . . . I don’t know who the tackle I’m going against is, but I’m going to kill him.” Instead, Miller had just two tackles and one quarterback hit before he forced from the game...
    Broncos star linebacker Von Miller suffered a lower leg injury in the first half Thursday night against the Browns and was kept out for the remainder of the game. One of the NFL's top defensive players, Miller banged his leg into teammate Dre'Mont Jones as he was rushing Browns quarterback Case Keenum with less than two minutes remaining before halftime. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Miller's leg slammed into Jones and buckled inward. He dropped to one knee and asked for medical assistance. Miller left the field under his own power but walked very gingerly to the sideline. The Broncos said on Twitter that Miller has an ankle injury. Late in the third quarter the team announced he would miss the rest of the night. The 32-year-old Miller leads the Broncos with 4 1/2 sacks this season and he's the franchise leader with 110 1/2. He missed the entire 2020 season with a dislodged ankle tendon. Miller is an eight-time Pro Bowler and was the MVP of Super Bowl 50. Earlier this week, Miller promised he would...
    Denver Broncos star Von Miller went down with a gruesome-looking ankle injury and had to leave the game against the Browns. The Broncos found themselves in a 10-0 hole at halftime against the Browns but that wasn’t their only concern going into the break. With under a minute left in the second quarter, Miller had his foot stuck in the turf while a teammate collided with his leg.Von Miller injury video is tough to watchThe injury doesn’t look pretty, so watch at your own risk if you’re squeamish. Well we don’t have to worry about Von Miller for the rest of the game #denvscle #browns #broncos pic.twitter.com/XbBJux5VLT — Browns Rally Possum (@BrownsRally) October 22, 2021 Miller was able to walk off under his own power, even if it was very slow and hobbled. Ankles aren’t meant to bend that way, so it’s safe to say Miller was feeling that one. The Broncos listed him as questionable to return for the second half. The good news is that left the door open for a return, which could mean the...
    CLEVELAND (CBS4) – Von Miller suffered an apparent injury late in the first half of Denver’s game against the Browns. The Broncos outside linebacker collided with a teammate Thursday night as he was trying to get to quarterback Case Keenum. Miller stayed down on the field after the collision and walked off the field gingerly with the help of trainers. The Thursday Night Football game is taking place at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland.
    Getty Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller tied a franchise mark, September 30, 2020. Any reports of a demise in Von Miller‘s game have been greatly exaggerated, as the Denver Broncos‘ future Hall of Fame outside linebacker earned AFC Defensive Player of the Month honors, September 30. Miller is one of the main reasons why the Broncos (3-0) have gotten off to such a hot start, as he’s racked up four sacks (second most in the AFC, fourth most in the league) and has recorded at least one sack in all three of the Broncos’ games. He’s also accrued a league-leading six tackles for loss, to go with six quarterback hits, 12 quarterback hurries, and eight tackles (six solo). ALL the latest Broncos news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Broncos newsletter here!      No Washed Sack KingMiller’s hot start now has him standing at 23rd on the NFL’s all-time sacks list. His performance against the New York Jets, a 26-0 Broncos win, helped him pass former defensive end Greg Townsend. Miller now has tallied 110...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Broncos linebacker Von Miller played in his first “game action” since December of 2019 on Saturday night at Empower Field at Mile High. Miller, who missed all of last season with an ankle injury, started the Broncos final preseason game against the Rams and played in multiple series with the starting defense. DENVER , CO – AUGUST 28: Von Miller (58) of the Denver Broncos works around the corner as Xavier Jones (25) of the Los Angeles Rams runs the ball during the first quarter at Empower Field at Mile High on Saturday, August 28, 2021. (Photo by AAron Ontiveroz/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images) Miller was a captain for the game alongside Courtland Sutton, who also made his return to the field following a season-ending injury, and Albert Okwuegbunam. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Von Miller (@vonmiller) Miller finished his night with three tackles. DENVER, CO – AUGUST 28: Von Miller #58 of the Denver Broncos celebrates a second quarter touchdown with Courtland Sutton #14 during an NFL preseason game...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Perhaps it was because this happened to be the last day of training camp or maybe because he just welcomed a new son (a son, he predicted, who would one day be a quarterback), but Von Miller was in a mood to gush. So gush the Denver Broncos pass rusher did — about family. About how good he’s feeling after missing all of 2020 with an ankle injury. About the attributes of Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock who are locked in a QB battle. About teammates. READ MORE: Morgan County Sheriff Alerts Residents To Possible Code Enforcement Impersonator And even more about teammates such as receiver Courtland Sutton, who like Miller is coming back from an injury. The return of Miller, the defensive leader, and Sutton, a dynamic playmaker, could factor into a bounce-back year for the Broncos after a 5-11 season. (credit: CBS) “I’m always super-optimistic,” Miller said Thursday as the Broncos prepared to travel to Seattle for their second preseason game Saturday. “I always have these high hopes and these high expectations for my...
    Movie buff reveals what film locations look like in real life 8 ways to take penalty-free withdrawals from your IRA or 401(k) If you saw Von Miller participating in the celebrity softball game during the MLB All-Star festivities, you might have been wondering if it was a sign the linebacker will return to the gridiron healthy this upcoming NFL season. © Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller reacts after bunting for a single during the All-Star Celebrity Softball Game at Coors Field. In fact, the Denver Broncos star recently said he's getting very close to returning after a severe ankle injury sidelined him for the entire 2020 campaign. "I’m feeling good. My ankle is about 94 percent," the Super Bowl 50 MVP told Mike Klis of 9News. "The (other) six percent I've got to get rushing the passer in practice with pads on, leaning on guys, guys leaning on me. I haven’t rushed the passer in over a year. Haven’t played in a game in longer than that." Miller sustained a dislocated peroneal tendon less...
    Bad luck for the Broncos to start the 2020 season. Veteran pass rusher Von Miller underwent successful surgery to repair a tendon in his ankle on Sept. 11, fallout from a freak injury that happened during a Sept. 8 practice. While successful surgery is good news, the bad news is that Miller will be out for “a while,” per head coach Vic Fangio. The outlook on Miller playing in 2020 is bleak, even though there’s a chance he could return to the field before the end of the season with the NFL’s amended IR rules this upcoming season. Here’s what you need to know about Miller’s injury and potential 2020 return: How long will Von Miller be out? While the Broncos have yet to give official word on the extent or recovery period of Miller’s injury, it’s expected that the veteran linebacker is expected to miss the 2020 season with an ankle injury.  On Sept. 8, Miller injured his ankle on the last play of practice. Head coach Vic Fangio admitted that the injury looked fairly innocuous, but it...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Von Miller’s devastating ankle injury six days before Denver’s season opener against Tennessee was especially gut-wrenching for Brandon McManus. They’ve been Broncos BFFs since 2015, this mild-mannered kicker from Pennsylvania and the gregarious superstar linebacker from Dallas. That was the year they helped lead the Broncos on a Super Bowl run, with McManus hitting all 10 of his field goals in the playoffs and Miller destroying game plans and sweeping past tackles trying to keep him off of the quarterback. DENVER, CO – FEBRUARY 09: (L-R) Von Miller and Brandon McManus #8 of the Denver Broncos pose for a selfie on the stage as the Super Bowl 50 Champion Denver Broncos are honored at a rally on the steps of the Denver City and County Building on February 9, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images) Just like he did that year, Miller had a terrific training camp this summer. Inspired by Kobe Bryant’s legacy, Michael Jordan’s documentary and his own bout with the COVID-19,...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Von Miller’s devastating ankle injury six days before Denver’s season opener against Tennessee was especially gut-wrenching for Brandon McManus. They’ve been Broncos BFFs since 2015, this mild-mannered kicker from Pennsylvania and the gregarious superstar linebacker from Dallas. That was the year they helped lead the Broncos on a Super Bowl run, with McManus hitting all 10 of his field goals in the playoffs and Miller destroying game plans and sweeping past tackles trying to keep him off of the quarterback. Just like he did that year, Miller had a terrific training camp this summer. Inspired by Kobe Bryant’s legacy, Michael Jordan’s documentary and his own bout with the COVID-19, Miller reshaped his body at age 31 and dedicated himself to reclaiming his status as the league’s premier pass rusher. A buff Miller looked as if he had been training for a heavyweight fight and appeared primed for a big year after a camp in which he was routinely removed from drills after a single snap for fear he’d wreck the workouts. Then, Miller took a misstep...
    We have never seen this: 10% of Oregon forced to evacuate; death toll rises from wildfires across Western states 150 of New Yorks biggest businesses send letter to Mayor de Blasio urging him to take action to reopen the city Miller has ankle surgery, Broncos get good news on Sutton ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Broncos star linebacker Von Miller underwent surgery Friday morning to repair a dislodged ankle tendon. © APWF Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller takes part in drills during NFL football practice Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, in Englewood, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) ''I was told it went well, and we'll see how it goes,'' coach Vic Fangio said. ''They haven't said anything on a timetable based on his surgery, that will depend on the healing.'' Dr. Joshua Metzl, one of the team's physicians, performed the operation at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic in suburban Denver. Miller also consulted renowned foot/ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson after getting injured on a routine pass rush at the Broncos' indoor practice Tuesday. Although the typical recovery time for a subluxed peroneal tendon is...
    Von Miller attempted to muster up a Kobe Bryant mindset on social media on Thursday after reports indicated the Denver Broncos linebacker would likely miss the season due to a dislocated tendon in his ankle. Miller wrote on Instagram: “'What would Kobe do’? That’s exactly what I’m going to do.” DENVER BRONCOS: WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE TEAM'S 2020 SEASON He wrote the caption along with a picture of the late Los Angeles Lakers legend grasping at his torn Achilles tendon when he ruptured it in 2013. Bryant recovered from what can be a career-ending injury and resumed his greatness. Miller suffered the injury at practice earlier in the week with the start of the season only days away. The NFL Network reported that Miller will need surgery to repair the injury. The injury usually comes with five to six months of rehab with the best-case scenario being three months. Denver coach Vic Fangio described the play to reporters Wednesday. “It was just a normal play,” Fangio said. “He just rushed around the edge and never hit the ground, never...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– Losing a key player the week of a season opener is frustrating at the best of times. Losing Von Miller the week of the season opener is simply devastating “Without a doubt, it’s a punch in the gut for everybody, just knowing how good of a teammate he is and how good of a leader he is for this team,” quarterback Drew Lock said. “Losing Von is, it’s tough. It’s difficult. I think the thing that hits home the most is seeing how much he prepped for this year and how much hard work he put into it. Being out there with him during camp and leading up to the first game, you could just tell like he took another—at least since I’ve been here with him—I could just see there was a difference in his approach and his demeanor to this season, on the field, off the field,” safety Justin Simmons said. (Credit: CBS) Von Miller isn’t someone who can just be replaced by a new name on the roster. Just attempting to replace all that...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Peyton Manning, former Denver Broncos quarterback and Super Bowl champion, wished his friend Von Miller well on social media Wednesday. The Broncos shared the video of “The Sheriff” saying he’s thinking of Miller during this tough time. Miller suffered a potential season-ending injury during practice on Tuesday. According to a source, Miller “stepped wrong” near the end of practice which caused the injury. “We’ll be pulling hard for ya, pal. Get well soon.” Peyton Manning has a message for you, @VonMiller. ???? pic.twitter.com/94Dwo8fV7E — Denver Broncos (@Broncos) September 9, 2020 “Hey I’m sorry about the news. Just want you to know you’ll be in my thoughts and prayers. We’ll be pulling for you in this recovery. I know you’ll attack it like you have everything else and be better for it,” Manning said. “I’m always here for you, and if I can do anything for you… We’ll be pulling hard for you.” Peyton Manning and Von Miller of the Denver Broncos celebrate after defeating the Carolina Panthers during Super Bowl 50. (credit: Al Bello/Getty Images) Head coach Vic...
    Von Miller could miss the entire 2020 NFL season with an ankle injury, according to reports. NFL Network and ESPN both reported Miller had an MRI after suffering an injury in practice on Tuesday, and the initial diagnosis suggests the eight-time Pro Bowler has injured a tendon that will require season-ending surgery. Miller is thought to be seeking a second opinion on Thursday before determining whether he needs to go under the knife. The Broncos, who have not confirmed the news, tweeted a picture of Miller with a praying hands emoji. Miller, 31, is one of the NFL’s elite edge rushers and has 106 sacks since entering the league in 2011 – 10 more than any player in that span. In 2018 he formed one of the best pass-rushing duos in the league with rookie Bradley Chubb – the two combining for 26.5 sacks – but Chubb only played in four games last year due to injury. Super Bowl 50 MVP Miller had eight sacks in 2019 – the first time he had failed to reach double digits since...
    Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller might have to miss the entire 2020 NFL season after injuring a tendon in his ankle during practice, ESPN reported on Tuesday night. Citing league sources who spoke to the network’s Adam Schefter, ESPN wrote that Miller underwent an MRI shortly after he suffered the injury toward the end of Tuesday’s practice. Specifically, the eight-time Pro Bowler supposedly went down don the “last play” as the Broncos practiced indoors due to inclement weather. The practice had reportedly taken place at noon and was considered an “extra” session, given that the team won’t be playing its first game until Monday when they face the Tennessee Titans. At the time of the report, the Broncos were still evaluating the results of Miller’s MRI. The star linebacker is scheduled to visit Green Bay-based foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson on Thursday, in order for him to get a second opinion regarding the possibility of surgery.   Justin Edmonds / Getty Images Miller has been one of Denver’s sturdiest players in recent years, having sat out just...
    New push to honor Black D-Day hero denied valor award 5 Ways Grocery Stores are Drastically Changing J.J. Watt sends positive message to Von Miller after news of injury JJ Watt sent a message of support for Von Miller after the terrible injury news surrounding the Denver Broncos star on Tuesday. © Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports JJ Watt sent a message of support for 2011 NFL Draft mate Von Miller after the terrible injury news surrounding the Broncos star on Tuesday. Miller suffered an ankle injury late in the Broncos’ practice on Tuesday. An MRI confirmed he suffered a torn tendon that would require surgery. Watt heard about the news and sent a message of support for Miller. He said he hated to hear the news, and then he turned the focus towards a positive one about Miller’s recovery. Absolutely hate to hear the news @VonMiller, the game is better when you’re out there. Know you’ll dominate the recovery and come back swinging. #MinorSetbackMajorComeback — JJ Watt (@JJWatt) September 9, 2020 Watt may feel more ties to Miller...
    Roundup: Truckers abandon rigs on I-5 & more 5 Ways Grocery Stores are Drastically Changing Von Miller likely out for the season after ankle injury The NFL season is just days away, but the Denver Broncos are probably going to have to go without one of their bedrock players. © Provided by The Comeback The veteran pass-rusher suffered a tendon injury in his ankle at the end of practice, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, and he’ll need surgery that will “likely” end his season. The leg injury that NFL Network said Von Miller suffered is an ankle injury, per source. There’s fear that it’s season ending, per sources. Miller was hurt near the end of practice, what one person called “a freak” injury. Team still evaluating MRI now. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 8, 2020 Broncos’ OLB Von Miller injured a tendon in his ankle on the last play of practice today, and he is expected to need surgery that is likely to end his season, league source tells ESPN. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 9, 2020 Broncos were...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press the Denver Broncos fear star linebacker Von Miller suffered a season-ending ankle injury toward the end of practice Tuesday. The person, speaking on condition of anonymity because the team hadn’t addressed Miller’s injury, said the team was awaiting results of an MRI exam on Miller. According to ESPN, Miller was hurt near the end of practice with what one source called a “freak” injury. The practice took place indoors because of a snowstorm that struck the Rocky Mountains after a series of upper-90s and 100-degree days. Miller appeared primed for a big season after adding several pounds of muscle in the offseason and rededicating himself. Last month, he said he was inspired by Kobe Bryant’s eulogy and Michael Jordan’s documentary. Von MillerAP Miller’s pass rushing partner, Bradley Chubb, has hit some rough patches in his return from a torn ACL, and coach Vic Fangio suggested recently that Chubb would take some time to get back to 100 percent. The Broncos open the season Monday night against...
    Prepare For a Not-So-Scary Halloween With These 30 Disney Movies 5 Ways Retirees Can Lower Their Income Taxes Report: Von Miller likely to miss season with ankle injury Denver Broncos star linebacker Von Miller is expected to undergo season-ending surgery after suffering an ankle tendon injury at practice Tuesday, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. © Joe Amon/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images / Denver Post / Getty The 31-year-old suffered a "freak" injury on the last play of practice, adds Schefter. The Super Bowl 50 MVP is undergoing an MRI to confirm the severity of the issue, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Miller, an eight-time Pro Bowler, racked up eight sacks over 15 games last season. He's now led the Broncos in sacks during eight of his nine NFL campaigns since entering the league as the second overall pick in 2011. The Texas A&M product is the Broncos' all-time leader with 106 career sacks. After being sidelined seven games in 2013, the former Defensive Rookie of the Year has missed just one game over the last six...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press the Denver Broncos fear star linebacker Von Miller suffered a season-ending ankle injury toward the end of practice Tuesday. The person, speaking on condition of anonymity because the team hadn’t addressed Miller’s injury, said the team was awaiting results of an MRI exam on Miller. According to ESPN, Miller was hurt near the end of practice with what one source called a “freak” injury. The practice took place indoors because of a snowstorm that struck the Rocky Mountains after a series of upper-90s and 100-degree days. Miller appeared primed for a big season after adding several pounds of muscle in the offseason and rededicating himself. Last month, he said he was inspired by Kobe Bryant’s eulogy and Michael Jordan’s documentary. Von MillerAP Miller’s pass rushing partner, Bradley Chubb, has hit some rough patches in his return from a torn ACL, and coach Vic Fangio suggested recently that Chubb would take some time to get back to 100 percent. The Broncos open the season Monday night against...
    Roundup: Truckers abandon rigs on I-5 & more 5 Ways Grocery Stores are Drastically Changing Report: Von Miller could be done for season after suffering ankle injury Denver Broncos star linebacker Von Miller suffered an ankle injury at practice Tuesday, and there's a fear he's done for the season, sources told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. © Joe Amon/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images / Denver Post / Getty He's undergoing an MRI to determine the severity of the issue, Rapoport adds. The 31-year-old's injury happened on one of the last plays of practice, and one person called it a "freak" injury, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Super Bowl 50 MVP is expected to undergo surgery, 9News' Mike Klis reports. Miller, an eight-time Pro Bowler, racked up eight sacks over 15 games last season. He's missed just one contest since 2014. The veteran has led the Broncos in sacks during eight of his nine NFL seasons since entering the league as the second overall pick in 2011. Copyright © 2020 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights...
    Worse than combat: Helicopters rescue hundreds from California wildfire 5 Ways Grocery Stores are Drastically Changing Von Miller feared to have suffered season-ending ankle injury Von Miller suffered an ankle injury at the end of practice on Tuesday that the Denver Broncos fear will end the linebacker’s season. © Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Von Miller 46 tackles and eight sacks last season Miller is undergoing an MRI for the injury, which will give more information about the extent of it. ESPN’s Adam Schefter says the injury was described as a freak one. The Broncos are only days away from the start of the season and could be without one of their top defensive players. The 31-year-old linebacker had 46 tackles and eight sacks last season. Subscribe to Yardbarker's Morning Bark, the most comprehensive newsletter in sports. Customize your email to get the latest news on your favorite sports, teams and schools. Emailed daily. Always free! Sign up now ▸ More must-reads: Report: Broncos star Von Miller might be out for season Broncos will allow 5,700 fans starting...
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4)– Denver Broncos Von Miller is suffering a lower leg/ankle injury. The team is waiting on an MRI for a complete diagnosis. The fear is that the injury could be season-ending. Miller, 31, is under contract through the 2021 season.
    The Denver Broncos fear the worst with Von Miller The 31-year-old linebacker is still a vital part of Vic Fangio’s defense, and if the Broncos truly want to make the necessary jump to contender status in Drew Lock’s second season, they need Miller to not just return to old form, but lead their defensive unit in the process. Miller is entering his second decade in the NFL, and while his usual offseason routine of “getting away from it all” was derailed thanks to COVID-19, the Broncos expected a renewed energy from the All-Pro in 2020. Oh how quickly things can change. On Tuesday, Miller suffered an ankle injury in practice the team fears could keep him out the majority if not all of the season. Denver is awaiting the MRI results to confirm just how serious of an issue this is, and Miller’s timetable. The leg injury that NFL Network said Von Miller suffered is an ankle injury, per source. There’s fear that it’s season ending, per sources. Miller was hurt near the end of practice, what one person called...
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