The Los Angeles Rams’ midseason acquisition of linebacker Von Miller has played a major role in the team making a run to the Super Bowl.
Still, while Miller has been a key performer with his new organization, he clearly has not forgotten his roots with the Denver Broncos
A first-round pick out of Texas A&M in 2011, Miller spent a decade in Denver and helped the Broncos reach two Super Bowls, winning one.
During Super Bowl Media Day on Monday, Miller admitted that he never wanted to leave Denver, even if he has the chance to win a second ring with the Rams.
I didn’t want to leave, if it was up to me I’d still be in Denver,” Miller said. “This wasn’t my choice.
I always wanted to be a Denver Bronco forever. I’ll always be a Denver Bronco forever. I’m just here working in L.A. right now.”
In eight regular season games, Miller registered 31 tackles and five sacks. He’s contributed 10 tackles, two sacks and one fumble recovery in Los Angeles’ three playoff wins.