Von Miller has already made himself one of the greatest athletes in NFL history.
He has collected 115.5 bags in the run-up to the eight Pro Bowl elections. Named the ten-year-old Pro Football Hall of Fame in the 2010s team, he is also a two-time Super Bowl champion.
Despite having achieved all that, 33-year-old Miller seems to want to do more. He signed a six-year contract worth $ 120 million Buffalo pay in March, and recently told Buffalo News that he wanted to finalize the entire deal.
“This is a six-year contract, so I’m looking forward to playing it all,” Miller told Buffalo News last month at the minicamp. “I’m trying to play the whole thing. Tom Brady has done it. Bruce Smith has done it. All the guys I look up to in terms of longevity at work. So I only take one day at a time,” and just take whatever God has given me. My goal is to play it all. “
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If Miller plays six seasons at Buffalo, that leaves him embarrassed for 40 years. But if anyone can, it’s probably Miller, who excels in coaching and recovery. These include diet, cold tubes, acupuncture, cryotherapy and massage.
“I’m 33, but honestly I don’t feel 33,” Miller told Buffalo News. “I think in my mind, as soon as you get older, it just happens …. When I run here with the guys, I try to show my friends to believe me, Hey, I am. I’m 33 years old, but I can run with you. I can run with anyone, I’m healthy I also take care of my body. “
Miller enters his 11th NFL season after being ranked No. 2 in the 2011 NFL draft departure. Texas A&M and Broncos. He was named the MVP of Super Bowl 50 by Denver and won his second Super Bowl last season with Rams.
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