LB - DEN - IR
This Week Outlook
Broncos coach Vic Fangio says that he doesn't expect Von Miller (ankle) to return this season.
Miller has yet to practice, which is an obvious sign that he won't return for either of Denver's final two regular season contests. The 31-year-old underwent ankle surgery in September and hasn't played at all this season.
Von Miller has officially been placed on IR after suffering an ankle injury last Tuesday. The sustained injury is expected to require surgery.
Losing Miller is a huge blow for Denver's defense but they looked solid without him on Monday night, keeping Derrick Henry out of the end zone. Miller will hope to be ready for the 2021 season.
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.
Miller is set to enter his 10th season in the NFL and was primed to form quite the pass-rushing duo opposite of Bradley Chubb. That would be a huge loss to a possible top-five unit.
Broncos All-Pro LB Von Miller suffered a lower leg injury at practice Tuesday and the fear is that his season is over.
The MRI will reveal the extent of the injury, but it’s reportedly not looking optimistic according to sources. This would be a huge blow to an up and coming Broncos defense.
Two weeks after testing positive for coronavirus, Broncos LB took to Twitter Thursday night to inform everyone that he has recovered from the virus and officially tested negative.
This is great news for Miller and the NFL community. He has a history of asthma, so to hear that Miller has been cleared from COVID-19 is a relief. Saints head coach Sean Payton and Rams OL Brian Allen were the only two other people in the NFL to have knowingly tested positive for the virus. While we have yet to hear if Allen has fully recovered, both Miller and Payton have confirmed their recoveries from the virus. Miller should be a full-go for training camp heading into the upcoming season.