Von Miller

#58LB,
Solo
62
Sack
13.5
Int
0
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 250
Born:
College: Texas A&M
Birth Place: DeSoto, Texas
Draft: 2011 1st round (2nd pick) by the
  • The Chiefs best wins from the 2016 season
    Arrowhead Pride

    The Chiefs best wins from the 2016 season

    I started doing a post on the Kansas City Chiefs best wins in the Andy Reid era and I couldn’t get through 2016. There were so many good wins last year that it deserves its own post. This comeback really snuck up on me. I was watching the game from the Chiefs press box and it was late in the game before I realized, whoa, they could actually do this. It was 24-10 at the start of the fourth quarter. This is similar to the pick-two in that you may not have realized what was happening as you watched it. I didn’t think Marcus Peters pulled that ball out but it was indeed a fumble. The first of a stretch of unbelievable games for the Chiefs in the 2016 season. This is one of the most bonkers games

  • LISTEN: Jags Den Podcast Ep. 7.0: Leonard Fournette stat projections, Jags rushing attack and future options at QB
    Jaguars Wire

    LISTEN: Jags Den Podcast Ep. 7.0: Leonard Fournette stat projections, Jags rushing attack and future options at QB

    With training camp just a week away, Jags Wire contributors Jacob DeLawrence, Phil Smith and myself jumped in the booth for a long overdue episode of the Jags Den Podcast. We kicked the show off by addressing Nate Burleson’s predictions on Leonard Fournette winning offensive Rookie of the Year in 2017 while giving some predictions of our own for the rookie running back. Afterward, we elaborated on Pete Prisco’s take about the Jaguars potentially having the upper hand on smaller defenses with their revamped rushing attack. Lastly, we discussed the suprisingly solid quarterback market of 2018 (at least for now) if Blake Bortles doesn’t improve. Though it’s early, the market could include Kirk Cousins,

  • Terrell Davis believes Sterling Sharpe should be in Hall of Fame
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    Terrell Davis believes Sterling Sharpe should be in Hall of Fame

    Terrell Davis is getting ready to be officially inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame next month. However, he wishes a former Packers player would be there in Canton with him. Davis spoke to the media on Thursday and he said Sterling Sharpe is worthy of Hall of Fame consideration. Sharpe is the older brother of Shannon Sharpe who was a teammate of Davis when both were with the Denver Broncos in the late 90s. Here's a look at what Davis had to say about Sharpe.  Sterling Sharpe was one of he better receivers in the NFL during the early 90s. In his seven seasons, Sharpe went to the Pro Bowl five times, led the NFL in in receiving touchdowns twice and was a three-time All-Pro selection. His