That number alludes to Denver, Colorado’s elevation in feet above sea level.
Therefore, he might be dropping a hint that he wants to play for the Denver Broncos again.
However, the seven-time All-Pro clarified what he truly wants through CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson.
Von Miller to me on the phone while on vacation regarding his football future: "I want to figure it out with the Rams first & foremost because they've been real good to me. On the slim chance that can’t happen, then I’ll explore all my options."
— IG: JosinaAnderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 9, 2022
Anderson shared, “Von Miller to me on the phone while on vacation regarding his football future: ‘I want to figure it out with the Rams first & foremost because they’ve been real good to me. On the slim chance that can’t happen, then I’ll explore all my options.'”
The 32-year-old linebacker clearly laid out his plan regarding free agency.
He gave the impression that he will be back with the Rams next season because he enjoyed his time there.
After all, he won another Super Bowl with a stellar group of defensive players, led by three-time Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald.
Getting everyone back might earn Miller his third Super Bowl victory.
However, the question revolves around whether the Rams could afford him.
Will he demand a contract close to the six-year, $114 million deal he signed after coming off as the Super Bowl MVP?
The Rams Will Find A Way
Rams fans need not worry because general manager Les Snead never fails to find ways.
Then there’s Odell Beckham Jr. coming to Los Angeles after parting ways with the Cleveland Browns.
Finally, they acquired a high-character guy in Miller for a second and a third-rounder in the 2022 draft.
If Snead can pull off those transactions, having the eight-time Pro Bowler agree to an extension should be a walk in the park.