He got a six-year, $120 million deal, making him one of the highest-paid defenders in the NFL.
The guaranteed money is $45 million while his signing bonus is $18,525,000.
Miller believes that he can help the team win after seeing their loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in last year’s Divisional Round.
The Bills had the game wrapped up but Patrick Mahomes forced overtime with 13 seconds left.
Unfortunately, the Bills defense failed to stop the Chiefs from scoring a touchdown, eliminating them from contention.
Therefore, Miller must have thought to himself that the outcome would have been different if he was there.
But before he gets cheers from the Bills Mafia, here’s Miller wearing the team uniform.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) June 13, 2022
While it’s a nice look for Miller, it would be better if he consistently puts pressure on opposing quarterbacks.
If he can do that, it’s easier for the Bills to win because Allen and the offense will build big leads.
A Chance At History For Miller
The former Texas A&M standout got his first championship ring when the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50.
He was also the game’s MVP with six tackles, 2.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles.
Then, he joined the Los Angeles Rams and helped them win Super Bowl LVI.
The Bills are legitimate title contenders and a Super Bowl victory will give Miller his third ring from three different teams.
That’s a feat that no other NFL player has achieved.
Most likely, that’s Miller’s motivation to succeed.