There's a feud brewing in Denver between the Broncos and Von Miller as the team is reportedly planning to keep $1.25 million worth of signing bonus from the suspended linebacker.
Miller who was suspended six games for violating the league's substance abuse policy obviously isn't going to be particularly thrilled about the Broncos -- Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Denver's attempt to reclaim the bonus money "sets up a showdown" between Miller and the Broncos.
"The Broncos will reclaim $1.25 million of the signing bonus money they gave Miller automatically withholding it from his paychecks when he's eligible to play again" Schefter reported Sunday. "But Miller's defense team is convinced the return of bonus money is not included with the settlement it reached with the NFL. Miller spent Friday in Washington going over the terms of the settlement. It sets up a showdown between Miller and the Broncos."