Found December 04, 2011 on
Chicago Breaking Sports:
MINNEAPOLIS — Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller will miss Sunday's game at Minnesota after recently undergoing surgery on his right thumb.
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According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Broncos linebacker Von Miller practiced on Friday with a cast on his surgically repaired right thumb. Miller missed practice on both Wednesday and Thursday after undergoing surgery on his thumb to repair some torn ligaments. He vowed that he wouldn’t miss this week’s game against the Vikings [...]
The Denver Broncos decided to play it safe with their rookie star Von Miller. Miller was on the inactive list for Sunday's game at Minnesota. He tore ligaments in his right thumb last week against the San Diego Chargers and needed surgery. The second overall pick in this year's draft didn't practice until Friday and wore a hard cast for protection, but he said afterward...
Denver Broncos rookie pass-rusher Von Miller returned to practice Friday and is hoping he can play Sunday at Minnesota with a cumbersome cast protecting his surgically repaired right thumb.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - Rookie pass-rusher Von Miller is itching to give a helping hand to the Denver Broncos'...
MINNEAPOLIS — The Broncos will be without star rookie Von Miller for today's game at Minnesota.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller is very like inactive for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings, according to NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora, citing a team source.
Denver Broncos rookie pass-rusher Von Miller returned to practice Friday and said he is hoping he can play Sunday at Minnesota with a cumbersome cast protecting his surgically repaired right thumb.