And now that the Broncos have agreed to take over the quarterback Russell WilsonMiller’s former team, more tempting.
But the Denver legend is clearly not quite ready to go back to where his career began.
Miller spoke to Josina Anderson of CBS Sports and mainly Report confirmed That there is a common interest between Miller and Rams to keep him in Los Angeles.
“I want to find out about it with the Rams first and foremost because they’ve been really good to me,” Miller told Anderson. “On the slightest chance it can’t happen, then I will explore all my options. “
The Rams sent their second and third round selection to the Broncos for Miller in early November. Miller became a key part of Los Angeles’ defense in the championship run, recording 5.0 sacks and 12 stoppages in the regular season along with 4.0 sacks, six tackles and six QB hits in the postseason.
If Miller were to hit a free agency, there would likely be a strong market for his services as a predator.
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