Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller is putting together a career that may very well get him inducted into Caton, but he’s already on his way into one prominent Hall Of Fame. It was announced on Monday that former Texas A&M linebacker and current Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller will be inducted into the Texas A&M Athletic Hall of Fame on September 15th.
Miller played four seasons at Texas A&M and put together a very solid career. During those four years, he totaled 181 tackles, 50.5 tackles for a loss, 33 sacks, 1 interception, 5 pass deflections, and 7 forced fumbles.
His junior and senior seasons where he racked up 27.5 total sacks and 39 tackles for a loss made him one of the top prospects in the 2011 NFL Draft. Ultimately he ended up being Denver Broncos first ever selection when he took Miller in the with the second overall pick in the draft.
Since then, Miller’s career has seen some ups, downs, and the highest of highs. He totaled 30 sacks in his first two seasons which included an 18.5 sack season in 2012.
Then came the 2013 season where Von ended up being suspended for six games, gained weight, and ended up tearing his ACL. Miller’s career was at the crossroads and he either was on his way out of the league or back to his previous form. Thankfully for Von and the Broncos, he turned his life around and accomplished some big things.
First, he helped turn the Broncos into one of the better defenses in the league in 2014, but the defense reached its full potential the following season. In 2015, Miller and the Broncos defense led the team to the Super Bowl. Miller was a force in that game and ended up being the MVP of Super Bowl 50.
Now Miller is considered the face of the Denver Broncos and one of the better defensive players in the league. He is on his way to the Broncos Ring of Fame as well as the NFL Hall Of Fame in Canton Ohio, but he still has some unfinished business left in the NFL.
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