Bills’ Von Miller sends love to J.J. Watt after retirement announcement

Von Miller has long respected the game of some of the best pass rushers in NFL history.

Before even joining the Bills, he was well aware the best to ever do it, Bruce Smith, suited up for the team.

But those two aren’t alone. There’s a handful of players to have played in the NFL that have done it better than almost anyone. Among that faction is JJ Watt.

This past week, Watt announced his retirement from the league. Formerly of the Texans, when Watt became a free agent the Bills chased him a few years back but he ended up with the Cardinals instead.

When Miller heard the news, he was on his live streaming channel on Twitch. Miller gave Watt a shoutout and shared it to his social media account on Instagram.

“Shout out J.J. Watt, man. Incredible career,” Miller said.

Check out Miller’s message to Watt below:

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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire