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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 Tuesday.
Von Miller’s agent says the NFL star has tested positive for the coronavirus and wanted to come forward with his diagnosis to show doubters how serious the disease is.
Von Miller said Friday he will test his injured left knee before the Denver Broncos’ game at Houston to see if he’ll be able to start a new streak.
Broncos star linebacker Von Miller says he won’t go on IR because of a sprained left MCL that ended his 95-game starting streak.
Broncos coach Vic Fangio says he’s not worried about star linebacker Von Miller, who spoke for 13 seconds and took no questions at his daily news conference. “No, he’s not frustrated with his role,” Fangio said Friday. “He’s frustrated with where we’re at.”
The Denver Broncos throttle back Von Miller every summer because if they don’t, in the words of coach Vance Joseph, “he’ll wreck practice.”
“We were making plays when we were not even being at our best,’’ said Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson after a 27-24 loss to the Denver Broncos. “If we can score 24 points and not be at our best, how much more can we do? How much better can we be?’’
FBI agents deliver Von Miller’s missing helmet to the Super Bowl 50 MVP. Miller’s helmet was recovered by Mexican authorities who also found Tom Brady’s stolen jerseys last month. The Broncos star didn’t realize his helmet had been stolen until news broke that it had been recovered along with Brady’s two missing jerseys.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller says 2017 is going to be his best season yet. Miller says the team’s initial workouts under new coach Vance Joseph are extremely important in his quest to lead the Broncos back to the playoffs.
Von Miller got a monstrous contract, befitting a sack-happy Super Bowl MVP. Muhammad Wilkerson and Justin Tucker also received big paydays, shedding their franchise tags and getting new deals.
The Denver Broncos’ summer break began with an ominous message from superstar Von Miller. The Super Bowl MVP suggested he’ll sit out the 2016 season if general manager John Elway doesn’t meet his contract demands in the next month.
The Super Bowl champions reconvened Monday minus some notable star power. Von Miller is in California doing the jive with Lindsay Arnold on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” and fellow outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware is in Alabama, where Gov. Robert Bentley will proclaim a day in his honor Tuesday.
Super Bowl MVP Von Miller and fellow All-Pro players Josh Norman and Eric Berry were given franchise tags Tuesday, the league’s deadline to do so.
Von Miller’s contract talks may be amicable. They won’t be abridged. The Broncos placed their exclusive franchise tag on the Super Bowl 50 MVP on Tuesday.
From the top of a fire truck, Von Miller thrust the Super Bowl trophy into the air again and again as the Denver Broncos convoy made its way through streets lined with blue-and-orange clad fans.
If this was the final game of his magnificent career, what a Super way to go out for Peyton Manning.
Back in the locker room after earning Super Bowl MVP honors, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller danced and sang along to “Big Rings” by Drake and Future: “’Cause I got a really big team! And they need some really big rings!”
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller arrived at his first Super Bowl on the team’s last chartered flight from Denver. It proved too short of a trip and too long of a game.
In 2011, the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos were picking through the rubble of seasons gone horribly wrong – and a draft board that was unusually loaded with talent at the top.
On any given Sunday, there are fascinating truths in pro football that are hidden in plain sight. Couch Slouch, despite failed Lasik surgery in 1999, still has 20-20 NFL vision.