Do you think Von Miller will rejoin the Los Angeles Rams or join the Denver Broncos as a free agent after this season? What if the response is in fact neither yes nor no?
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Dallas Cowboys are now showing “significant interest” in Miller, based on the team’s financial expectations. The Denver Broncos have acquired defensive end, Randy Gregory, from the reigning NFC East champions.
Miller is a native of DeSoto, Texas, which is only 16 miles away from Dallas, and has been selected to eight Pro Bowls. He also went to college at Texas A&M, which was close by.
Miller possesses the pass-rushing profile necessary to fill the vacuum left by Gregory’s departure to Dallas. Miller, on the other hand, will turn 33 in a few months, and his desired contract figure will be quite important in this situation. Despite the fact that Miller can only select between the Rams, the Broncos, or the Cowboys, he recently gave a hint as to which direction he may be going in his decision.
Los Angeles Rams linebacker Von Miller (40) competes against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on December 13, 2021, in Glendale, Arizona, United States. Mandatory credit goes to Mark J. Rebilas of USA TODAY Sports for this image.
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