Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller has the knack of finding trouble.
Miller was recently stopped by law enforcement officials in Arapahoe County and cited for driving with a suspended license and speeding, according to CBS4.
“Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson told CBS4 that Miller was not jailed but was cited for the license violation and speeding. He said Miller was with his father, who was then allowed to drive the car.”
Miller was previously arrested in August for failing to appear in court on traffic charges, which included careless driving, driving without a license and without proof of insurance. The linebacker was arrested at the Centennial Gun Club while trying to purchase a firearm when a routine background check revealed he had an outstanding warrant.
In addition, Miller is currently serving a six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Miller's suspension will cost him $800,000 in salary and potentially another $1.2 million in prorated signing bonuses.
Miller’s recent infraction is very small when it comes to legal violations. Unfortunately, for Miller, it becomes a story because of his name. When you have been suspended by the league, plus have previous legal issues, any legal infraction will be magnified.
Of course, if Miller could just avoid trouble, there would be nothing to talk about.