Von Miller to Bills Latest Update 2022: Former Broncos, Rams pass-rusher agrees six-year, $120 million deal
Von Miller to Bills Latest Update 2022: The Buffalo Bills have scored one of the leading free agents of the 2022 class, as former Los Angeles Rams pass-rusher Von Miller agreed with the Bills on a six-year deal worth $120 million,
Miller, who turns 33 at the end of this month, is set to play for his third team in a calendar year. (Von Miller to Bills)
The Denver Broncos veteran, who took the Super Bowl 50 MVP, was traded to the Rams on November 1,
and helped LA secure a Super Bowl LVI victory. The veteran pass-rusher actually announced the news on Instagram himself.
“It’s been a crazy day, four hours crazy,” Miller said. “Going back and forth, man. A lot of things I love in L.A.
But I just want to tell you that I’m coming to Buffalo. Bill Mafia, what good? Is 40 open?” (Von Miller to Bills)
While the reported deal has an average annual value of $20 million, ranking seventh in the NFL, according to Over the Cap, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media says the deal backloads,
An average of $17.5 million in the first four years. According to NFL Network, Sean McVay and the Rams were dragging Miller’s heartstrings to get him to stay, but the sacked artist has made his decision.
In eight games of the regular season with the Rams, Miller recorded 31 combined tackles and five sacks. In the Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, he recorded two sacks and a pass defense.
Miller showed the NFL world that he still has plenty of tread left on his tires, and he seems to have a lot of football left in him, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL Media. (Von Miller to Bills)
In 150 career games, Miller has recorded 115.5 sacks, which ranks him 22nd since he was stat tracked in 1982. Unofficially, he is ranked 31st.
It wasn’t the only notable move Buffalo made on Wednesday afternoon, as the Bills also announced they would be taking on former Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end O.J. Howard has been given a one-year deal. (Von Miller to Bills)