Fresh off of a Super Bowl LVI victory with the Rams, veteran pass-rusher Von Miller is thinking about the next step of his playing career.
It remains unclear if Miller will remain in Los Angeles, and as of Monday, the 32-year-old sounds interested in a reunion with his former franchise.
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In a number of social media posts on Monday, Miller teased a potential return to the Broncos, where he spent the first decade of his career. Perhaps the most revealing message from the seven-time All-Pro came on Twitter where he wrote, “I kinda want that back.. 5280,” in reference to Denver.
I kinda want that old thing back.. 5280
— Von Miller (@VonMiller) March 7, 2022
Earlier in the day, Miller posted a series of cryptic slides on his Instagram story. In one of them, he wondered if the Broncos would give him his old locker back if he were to return to the team next season.
Von Miller’s Instagram is interesting this AM… pic.twitter.com/6MexCvlm1Z
— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) March 7, 2022
Miller is a free agent for the first time in his career this offseason after playing out the final year of his deal last season. He began the campaign in Denver but was traded to Los Angeles ahead of the NFL’s deadline, joining the Rams ahead of their stretch run.
Prior to landing in Los Angeles, Miller had a productive run in Denver. After coming into the league as the No. 2 pick in the 2011 draft, he made seven All-Pro teams, eight Pro Bowls and won the ’11 Defensive Rookie of the Year award with the Broncos. He was also named Super Bowl MVP in Denver’s Super Bowl 50 victory.