According to several reports, Broncos pass ranger Von Miller injured his lower leg in Tuesday’s practice.
Adam Schefter ESPN reports Miller Injured his ankle And the Broncos “Fear” Miller is done for the season.
Miller is undergoing an MRI to determine the extent of the injury.
The Broncos had to make their second pass without a rusher last season when Bradley Chubb patted the ACL in his left knee in Week Four.
One reason for Chubb’s absence was that Miller had only eight sacks last season, as it allowed teams to double Miller.
Miller has 106 sacks since the Broncos first picked him in 2011. He has played 135 matches out of a possible 144 matches in his career. Miller began 2013 with a suspension, and after playing nine games that season, ended his season, patting the ACL in his right knee.
Miller, who tested positive for COVID-19 during this offseason, considered dropping out of the 2020 season. Now, he could watch his season before it was over.