Since he entered the NFL in 2011, Von Miller has been a force to be reckoned with on the defensive side of the ball.
He has wreaked havoc on offensive lines across the league and has amassed two Super Bowl rings as a result.
While Miller likely still has a few seasons left in the tank, at the combine, he unveiled a potential future career once his playing days are over.
Said Miller, “My inspiration is to be in a front office, to be a scout, be a GM.”
Scouting all the talent in Indy.
GM @VonMiller is hard at work at the 2023 Combine: https://t.co/rMKF8PYeXc pic.twitter.com/TL6ZE2KzFK
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) March 5, 2023
Miller has played in the NFL for 12 seasons.
He has been a part of three different organizations and played with hundreds of different teammates.
Due to this experience, Miller believes that he would be a great scout or even a general manager in the future.
For now, Miller is a part of the Buffalo Bills roster.
His season was cut short in 2022 due to an injury, but he appears to be back, ready to bring the Bills to an AFC Championship and beyond.
When asked why a prospective player should join the Bills, Miller had a simple answer.
“We got Josh Allen,” Miller said with a smile on his face.
Allen has improved each year that he has been in the league.
With Allen and their offense clicking, and Miller and the defense being fully healthy, the Bills have a great opportunity to showcase what they can do next season.
Having Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow, and Justin Herbert in their conference should prove to be a difficult test for the Bills in the coming seasons.
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