Bills’ star linebacker Von Miller has been ruled out for the remainder of the regular NFL season. Check out his vvv ranch and baby momma.
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Miller was born on March 26, 1989 in Dallas. He attended DeSoto High School in DeSoto, Texas, where he played for the DeSoto Eagles high school football team and ran track.
|Born:||March 26, 1989
|Height:||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Weight:||250 lb (113 kg)|
In his junior year, he recorded 37 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 7 sacks and 12 quarterback hurries. As a senior, he was named the District 8-5A Defensive MVP after making 76 tackles, 14 tackles for loss and 6 sacks.
He played with future Aggie teammate Cyrus Gray.
In track & field, Miller competed in events such as the 110m hurdles (PR of 14.38 s), triple jump (PR of 12.65 m), and javelin throw (PR of 37.24 m).
Von Miller vvv ranch
Whether you stay with the same team your whole career or bounce around, life as a professional athlete is replete with cross-country travel.
After ten seasons with the Denver Broncos, then a mid-season trade to the Los Angeles Rams in 2021, football star Von Miller is bouncing to the East Coast to play for the Buffalo Bills. As such, the linebacker has listed his sprawling Foxfield, Colorado, home for $4.125 million.
The property’s nine bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and 11 half baths are spread between two ranch houses, one of which was built in 2002, while the other was completed much more recently in 2018.
The two spaces are connected by an interior hallway and done in very similar styles that suit Colorado well, with plenty of wood paneling and cabinetry. Though the finishes aren’t overly flashy, the amenities certainly are.
The home’s vast exercise room includes a wide range of equipment, plus separate hot and cold contrast tubs and a steam room.
One house’s basement flaunts a wrap-around bar and movie theater, while the other structure’s lower level contains a luxe cigar lounge with a vented filter system in place. Perhaps most impressive is the walk-in closet that measures 1,488 square feet.
Von Miller baby momma ig
Von Miller was engaged to former stripper and Instagram model Megan Denise until things hit the fan in early 2021.
Their breakup has been nasty and even worse when she found out she was pregnant.
Months after having their first child together, things have gotten bad once again once social media blog pages found out Denise was dating NBA player Bol Bol.
Things have gotten so bad that Miller’s mom decided she wanted to throw shade at Megan Denise, but it came at a big price.
Mama Miller said on Instagram, “Don’t know who needs to hear this but: You still not welcome or wanted.”
In response, Denise took a kill shot when she said, “Don’t know who needs to hear this but: your son still watching your husband cheat on you…”
The Buffalo Bills’ hopes of having Von Miller back in time for the playoffs were dashed after exploratory surgery revealed the injury to the top pass rusher’s right knee was worse than previously anticipated.
Coach Sean McDermott opened his news conference on Wednesday announcing Miller will miss the rest of the season after having surgery to repair damage to his anterior cruciate ligament.
McDermott did not go into detail on the extent of the injury except to say the damage was discovered during a previously scheduled exploratory surgery, which was conducted on Tuesday in Texas.
“Very unfortunate situation for Von obviously and our team,” McDermott said. “We care for him obviously, like we would any player. We know how much this means to him in terms of playing and being with the team. … And we’re certainly thinking about him as he recovers here.”
Miller has missed one game since being hurt in the first half of a 28-25 win over Detroit on Thanksgiving.
Miller was hurt while he was pushing his way through the right side of the Lions’ line when his knee bent awkwardly at the same time center Frank Ragnow stepped on Miller’s right ankle.
The news is a major setback for the AFC-leading Bills (9-3), who placed Miller on injured reserve last week with the expectation he would be able to return in a month after initial tests showed no damage to the player’s ACL.