Von Miller on Buffalo: "Bills will win a Super Bowl with or without me"
Von Miller turned heads in the NFL after leaving the L.A. Rams for the Buffalo Bills for reasons that surely say “something special” about the Bills
The 2022 NFL free agency frenzy has brought us many surprises during the past two weeks, with Tom Brady’s comeback as the first and most shocking one.
Second on the list is Von Miller’s decision to leave the L.A. Rams after winning the Super Bowl with them last season, and heading over to the Buffalo Bills.
On Thursday, the 32-year old defensive end signed a six-year contract with the Bills for $120 million, including $51 million fully guaranteed.
Why Von Miller chose the Buffalo Bills
When asked why he chose the Bills, Miller, in a nutshell, said that the Bills are “extremely special," and are going to "win a Super Bowl with or without me." He continued to say that the Bills have built an amazing team, and "what they’re doing inside this facility, what they’re doing in this community, what they’re doing on the football field and off the football field, man, I had to be a part of that.”
While this makes the rest of the league wonder what the Bills are going to look like this season, it is true that Buffalo, who are not unfamiliar with the Super Bowl, are continuing to create a young team full of potential for the upcoming years.
The Rams, on the other hand, might struggle with keeping up their success levels a few years from now. And for this season, Miller’s loss will definitely be felt in L.A.
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