Ya'll remember this?... Dave Razzano, who spent more than two decades as an NFL scout and appears regularly on Comcast SportsNet's "Chronicle Live," believes whichever team spends a high draft pick on Miller will ultimately be disappointed. "He's got some Vernon Gholston in him," Razzano said, referring to the sixth overall pick of the New York Jets in 2008. Gholston failed to record a sack in 42 games and was released this offseason. "I'm not a big Von Miller fan," Razzano said. "In looking at Big-12 tape, he does not have a motor. He doesn't chase hard. They run at him, and he doesn't fight off blockers. When he gets sacks, a lot of times he's not getting blocked. He's a one-move guy." Miller recorded 17.0 sacks as a junior, and he was reportedly hampered early last season with a high-ankle sprain. After a slow start, Miller posted 10.5 sacks. "I think that's an excuse," Razzano said of the injury. "I use Pat Willis as an example. He would still be tough and aggressive. But Miller doesn't fight off blocks. He still shows speed on film, but I don't see the effort." "Somebody is going to make a mistake on him." No, I think somebody made a mistake on you. It's one thing to be wrong, but this guy was wrong on epic proportions. Gholston? No motor? One move? Faking injury severity? These amazingly stoopid and ignorant statements made Razzano famous. Literally. His take on Von Miller put him on the national map and in the spotlight. It was aggravating at the time, and now it's either laughable or enraging... not sure which. But I think it should be remembered. I hope he gets reminded everyday. You're a joke, Mr. Razzano. You should be publicly flogged and ridiculed instead of just being silently forgotten about. And you should be forced to apologize to Von Miller's mother, you tool. You should probably apologize to the entire scouting community, too, because you just made that entire trade look no better than Miss Cleo's Taro Card readings.