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I don’t understand what all the panic is about around the league. Before the season started I picked the Denver Broncos to win the Super Bowl this year. I have read some experts have dropped the Broncos out of contention because they lost Von Miller for six games. Well let me say jump in really […]
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Today, Von Miller was suspended for the first six games of the NFL season without pay. After the preseason game on Saturday, there were rumors swirling around about a possible 6, instead of 4, game suspension for linebacker Von Miller. ESPN, citing anonymous sources reported that his extended suspension was still due to him violating the league’s substance abuse policy. This extended...
Von Miller could have been suspended for the entire 2013 season, but he got off easy, accepting a six-game punishment instead. Next time, though, Miller won’t be so fortunate.
Since Miller has violated the substance abuse policy twice now — once for a spilled urine sample, once for a diluted sample — a third strike will be a minimum season-long ban, according to Ian Rapoport...
Over the past few days there has been a lot of talk about Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller and what is going on with him off the field. While the NFL has decided to suspend the Pro-Bowl linebacker for six games for what they say was violating the league’s substance abuse policy, even though he didn’t test positive for any of the banned substances.
Instead of failing a test...
Suspended All-Pro linebacker Von Miller is in trouble with the law for the second time in a month.
Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson told Denver television station CBS4 on Tuesday night that the Denver Broncos' troubled star was cited last week for driving without a license and speeding near his home.
Robinson said Miller was with his father, who was then allowed to...
What an idiot.
Broncos linebacker Von Miller was originally going to be hit with a four game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Then he did something really stupid and violated the policy again during the appeals process with the NFL. So that bumped the suspension up to six games, according to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports.
In that story, I laid out that...
We are just seven days away from the start of the 2013 College Football season and 14 days away from Week 1 in the NFL. Needless to say Football season is here and we can’t wait for kickoff. As we do always on Football Nation we touch on the latest headlines and controversies from around the NFL and College Football, plus we help you prepare for your upcoming Fantasy Football...
Early today Broncos linebacker Von Miller said he hadn’t heard from the league. Now he has.
Miller officially has been suspended six games.
“The Substances of Abuse policy requires everyone to comply with the rules” Miller said in a statement released to the media. ”Although my suspension doesn’t result from a positive test there is no excuse for my violations of the...
Von Miller is officially suspended.
Clarence Hill is reporting that Miller will miss the first six games of the season.
its official Von Miller will not face the cowboys when the broncos come to town..he suspended for the first six games…Win for Cowboys
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) August 20, 2013
Miller released this statement via the NFL Players Association.
The Denver Broncos’ defense could be in for a rough month and a half to begin the 2013 regular season. The reason behind it is simple. They’ll struggle to rush the passer.
Really, this saga didn’t begin when we found out today that Von Miller would miss the first six games of 2013 due to a suspension. No, this started earlier in the offseason when Elvis Dumervil’s agent...
The Denver Broncos’ Von Miller released a statement through the NFL Players’ Association admitted to having used a diluted sample during the NFL’s drug screening process. Von Miller’s statement: “The substance abuse policy requires everyone to comply with the rules. Although my suspension did not result from a positive test, there is no excuse for […]
Just a few months ago, NFL teams preparing to face the Denver Broncos early in the 2013 season were almost certainly working on blocking schemes to attempt to protect their quarterbacks from the deadly pass-rushing duo that was Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil. Fast forward to the present however, and things don't look quite so daunting for those opposing offenses.
The NFL and the NFL Players Association have finalized an agreement on a six-game suspension for Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.
Miller was nearly suspended for a full season by the NFL and then for eight games, a source told FOX Sports, but the sides negotiated a settlement in recent days.
"The Substances of Abuse...
Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio is confident Wesley Woodyard can handle the move from weakside linebacker to middle linebacker. “Wesley can play multiple spots. He’s done that for us here,” said Del Rio, via the team’s website. “Wesley showed last year he’s a good football player. (He) played