While the Denver Broncos are waiting for a resolution on the Von Miller case, they made a move to shore up their linebacker corps in case Miller is suspended.
The Denver Broncos caught a glimpse Thursday of what things would be like if All-Pro linebacker Von Miller has to sit out all of September.
All-Pro linebacker Von Miller missed the final day of the Denver Broncos’ training camp Thursday to address his looming suspension for violating the NFL’s drug-abuse policy.
If Von Miller is worried about the possibility of his looming four-game suspension to start the season, he sure isn’t showing it.
Wesley Woodyard is excited to be a vocal leader who speaks up in team meetings and in the locker room, but off the field he’s not saying too much about some of the team’s game plan.
Second-year linebacker Von Miller is becoming as big of a headache for Broncos opponents as Peyton Manning is.
Nate Irving, Chris Kuper and even Virgil Green practiced for the Broncos Wednesday, meaning they had all 53 men on their active roster preparing for the Patriots Sunday.
Veteran Keith Brooking is getting his first start for the Denver Broncos on Sunday with middle linebacker Joe Mays suspended for the game against the Oakland Raiders.
The Raiders have three top players listed as out, while the Broncos have at least one starter of their own that will be sitting the bench for this big AFC West game.
The Broncos have racked up $134,000 in fines already this season for crossing the line on both tackles and talk, and they’ve watched three of their players get served with suspension letters from the league office.