Roy Miller III

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Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 318
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College: Texas
Birth Place: Fort Lewis, Washington
Draft: 2009 3rd round (17th pick) by the
  • Broncos own one of highest draft pick retention rates in NFL
    Mile High Report

    Broncos own one of highest draft pick retention rates in NFL

    A really interesting team came out yesterday that highlighted teams that draft well and teams that don’t draft well. The proof is in how teams retain their “homegrown talent” year after year. Since 2011, the Denver Broncos are fifth best in the NFL at retaining draft picks with exactly 50% of their draft picks still on the roster heading into the 2017 season. If you look at just 2014-16, the Broncos improve third best. Not bad, John Elway. If we dig a bit deeper into the other teams around the Broncos on the list you will find playoff rosters. The Cincinnati Bengals (59.6%) are at least competitive, as are the Houston Texans (51.1%). The Atlanta Falcons (52.4%) just came off a Super Bowl appearance

  • Bucs and Jags will have joint training camp practices
    Bucs Wire

    Bucs and Jags will have joint training camp practices

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Thursday morning that the team will hold joint training camp practices with the Jacksonville Jaguars for the second consecutive season. The Bucs will practice with the Jags on Monday, August 14th and Tuesday, August 15th before their Week 2 preseason game. One of the most important aspects that goes into preparing for the new league year is all the work that goes into training camp as well as the preseason. Last year, the Bucs held joint practices during training camp with the Jaguars in preparation for the season and it was a success which is why coach Koetter wanted to do the same again this year.

  • Jags VP Mark Lamping says Daily's Place is on schedule to open Saturday
    Jaguars Wire

    Jags VP Mark Lamping says Daily's Place is on schedule to open Saturday

    After months of long and tireless construction, Daily’s Place is finally set to open Saturday with Jacksonville’s own Tedeschi Trucks Band as the opening act for the venue. According to Jacksonville Jaguars VP Mark Lamping, the construction crew is still adding some finishing touches to the amphitheater. The city is also scheduled to inspect the venue sometime this week, which should be the last major step towards getting the building approved for business. When asked about the 5,500-seat facility and his thoughts on the most notable features of the building, Lamping had the following to say: I think it’s without a doubt the seating bowl with how close the seats are to the stage. I also think