NFL Rumors: Bills’ Von Miller Will Miss at Least 4 Games amid Knee Injury Rehab


ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 30: Von Miller #40 of the Buffalo Bills rushes the passer during the first half against the Green Bay Packers at Highmark Stadium on October 30, 2022 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Joshua Bessex/Getty Images)

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The Buffalo Bills will lack among their finest protective gamers to begin the 2023 season.

Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Bills are leaving veteran linebacker Von Miller on the physically not able to carry out list past Tuesday’s 4 p.m. due date, that makes him disqualified to play in the very first 4 video games of the year.

Miller is continuing to recuperate from a torn ACL suffered on Thanksgiving Day in 2015 that minimal him to 11 video games last season. He still connected for the group lead with 8 sacks while likewise including 21 overall takes on, 2 passes safeguarded and a forced fumble. The 34- year-old is getting in the 2nd season of a six-year, $120 million offer that he signed with Buffalo last offseason.

Miller disappointed his objective of being recuperated in time to play in Week 1. Previously this summer season, he made it clear that he meant to be all set for the 2023 season opener versus the New York Jets on Monday Night Football Miller informed Mike Klis of Channel 9NEWS in Denver in June:

” You understand I enjoy assurances. It’s me. It’s Von. I enjoy warranties. I wish to play. In 2013, I had [ACL] surgical treatment in January and I dipped into the start of August in the preseason. That put me around 7 months, 8 months. And 10 years gotten rid of from that, 2023, I have an entire brand-new outlook. I understand precisely where I’m expected to be at 2 months, 4 months, 6 months and in the position where I’m at now. I feel fantastic, I feel comfy. I seem like I’ll be all set to address the start of the season.”

In addition to the opener versus the Jets, Miller will a minimum of miss out on matches versus the Las Vegas Raiders, Washington Commanders and Miami Dolphins. He will be qualified to return in Week 5 versus the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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