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Horse Tracks: Von Miller is talking when he probably shouldn't be

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Happy Saturday Mile High Report!

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Von Miller was in the news again on Friday for speaking out about his agen...I mean Von's displeasure with the Broncos and how their contract negotiations are going.

Von spoke to SI.com recently, and went on a weird rant and made a poor analogy about the Broncos and his current contract talks.

"You know you got that girlfriend that’s really not like that attractive but she’s like really good for you, and she’s going to do everything she can to keep you?" he says. "Instead of that really, really hot chick that just talks to you on Mondays. It was like that, above and beyond. That’s the same type of feeling I’m looking for from the Broncos."

Are the Broncos the "not so attractive girlfriend", or the "really, really hot chick"? If you can decipher what Von is trying to say here, more power to you! It was just a really bad analogy.

Von continued and said the negative feedback he is getting from the fans is starting to weigh on him.

"It just hurts," Miller says. "I’m not even going to lie. It’s a business but at the end of the day, I got feelings, too. I know some fans don’t know that some of the reports aren’t even true. When I get on Instagram, no matter what I post, there’s going to be 400 comments. Guys bashing me. Take the deal. You greedy bastard. I thought you wanted to be a Bronco for life? And it kind of weighs on you after a while."

While I believe fans are being rough on Von, he isn't helping his case by saying dumb things like he did above. Stay out of the media and just let the process figure itself out.

Instead, Von has been in the news for three separate things now. First. he told Chelsea Handler he wouldn't sit out the season, then his agent got to him and Von changed his tune and said he wouldn't play the 2016 season under the Franchise Tag, and now he's going on about the good for you ugly girlfriend or the bad for your hot chick thing.

But like I keep saying, this all noise and we should ignore it (yet I'm writing it up because there's nothing else to talk about...)

Anyways, here's you links for today. Enjoy your Fathers day weekend Broncos Country!

Horse Tracks:

Michael Oher signs three-year extension with Panthers - NFL.com
Michael Oher has gone from unwanted to locked down in one season. The Panthers signed their left tackle to a three-year contract extension Friday with $21.6 million in new money.

Baylor, Art Briles reach settlement agreement - NFL.com
Baylor and Art Briles have reached a settlement agreement just a day after the former coach's attorney filed a motion claiming wrongful termination.

Seahawks expect Graham, Rawls ready for Week 1 - NFL.com
Pete Carroll expects both tight end Jimmy Graham and running back Thomas Rawls to return from injury by the time the season opens on September 11.

Maurkice Pouncey hoping to bounce back at surgeries - NFL.com
Maurkice Pouncey is hoping 2016 will be his comeback year. The Steelers center told ESPN that he underwent seven different procedures on his left leg after suffering a broken fibula during the preseason.

Panthers' Ron Rivera signs 3-year, $19.5M extension - NFL.com
The Carolina Panthers' success has earned head coach Ron Rivera a new contract. Rivera signed an extension to stay with Carolina on Thursday.

Pierre-Paul warns players about summer downtime - NFL.com
Jason Pierre-Paul nearly had his football career derailed last summer in a horrifying July 4 fireworks accident. This summer, he hopes to other players heed his warning.

Saints owner settles lawsuit with his heirs | ProFootballTalk
Saints owner Tom Benson has settled a lawsuit with his daughter and grandchildren over control of his business interests, which include the Saints, the NBA's New Orleans Pelicans, car dealerships, real estate and a TV station.

Bruce Arians opens up about his Steelers "retirement" | ProFootballTalk
Following the 2011 season, the Steelers fired offensive coordinator Bruce Arians but tried to sell it as a retirement. Few non-Steelers fans were fooled.

Koetter understands the risk of going for two on a regular basis | ProFootballTalk
It's easy for NFL coaches to talk about going for two all the time. It's another thing for coaches to do it. New Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter understands that. Via JoeBucsFan.com, Koetter told Steve Duemig of WDAE in Tampa that "mathematically, it does make sense" to go for two every time.

Rex says he has a difference-making coach in Ed Reed | ProFootballTalk
Ed Reed was a difference-making safety during his playing career with the Ravens. Now he's an assistant coach in Buffalo, and his boss says he's still a difference maker.

Bashaud Breeland: I want to be next Darrell Green or better | ProFootballTalk
The Redskins made a late splash in free agency when they signed Josh Norman following the Panthers' decision to rescind the franchise tag they gave him at the start of the offseason.

NFL says there’s no proposal to work with NCAA on satellite camps | ProFootballTalk
One of the major controversies in college football this offseason has surrounded satellite camps, with Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and Alabama coach Nick Saban clashing over Harbaugh's practice of having camps all over the country and even overseas in an attempt to expand Michigan's recruiting prese...

Giants add quarterback Logan Thomas | ProFootballTalk
The well-traveled quarterback Logan Thomas is on his way to New York. Thomas has been awarded to the Giants on waivers. The Dolphins waived Thomas yesterday.