Originally written on Down and Distance  |  Last updated 10/16/14
(USATSI) Denver Broncos defensive stud, Von Miller, may as well grasp the nickname “CAN’T DO RIGHT” because of his latest antics with the law.   Miller, who is already serving a six game suspension by the NFL for violating the substance abuse policy was cited for speeding and driving with a suspended or revoked license in Arapahoe County last week according to Denver CBS4.   It’s not been a good week for the 24-year-old middle linebacker who is battling the Broncos’ management because they are reclaiming $1.25 million of the signing bonus money they gave Miller.  To make it worse they are withholding it from his paychecks when he’s eligible to play again.  OUCH!   How’s a man going to eat?  Thank goodness his daddy was with him!  The authorities released Von Miller allowing his daddy to take over the driving responsibilities. Broncos will reclaim $1.25 million of signing bonus they gave Von Miller, withholding the money from his paychecks. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 8, 2013   Von Miller’s defense team is convinced return of bonus money is not included in settlement it reached with NFL. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 8, 2013   Uh oh!  Lawyers are involved!  Keep an eye on this latest saga because this may have a huge impact on the Broncos’ season.  Bad enough Miller is missing the first six games.  Don’t be surprise if the two-time All-Pro linebacker comes back to the team as a disgruntled employee.  He has no one to blame but himself. Follow us on Twitter LeRoy McConnell III@kcmac38 Part of the Sports Kings (@realsportskings) network The post Von Miller In Trouble Again appeared first on DOWN & DISTANCE - Presented by Sports-Kings.
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