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|Nov. 25 2:35 PM PT3:35 PM MT4:35 PM CT5:35 PM ET22:35 GMT6:35 AM 北京时间3:35 PM MST5:35 PM EST4:35 PM CT2:35 UAE (+1)17:35 ET20:35 - Von Miller returned a fumble 60 yards for a touchdown and then strip-sacked Tom Brady to force another turnover in the first quarter.
Analysis: Miller had his best game of the season after missing the start of the year because of an NFL suspension.
|Oct. 28 2:02 PM PT3:02 PM MT4:02 PM CT5:02 PM ET21:02 GMT5:02 AM 北京时间2:02 PM MST4:02 PM EST3:02 PM CT1:02 UAE (+1)17:02 ET19:02 - Miller has agreed to perform 24 hours of community service and take a driving course before Jan. 23, at which time his lawyer will enter guilty pleas for minor traffic violations.
Analysis: Miller's lawyer, Abraham Hutt, said neither he nor prosecutors thought Miller had to be present for his Arapahoe County Court hearing Monday morning. Magistrate Christina Apostoli wanted him there, however, so Miller was summoned from the team's nearby headquarters. Players were off Monday. When coach John Fox met with the media, he said Miller "was just going on his lawyer's advice," not to attend the hearing before being called to go over to the courthouse.
|Oct. 16 1:27 PM PT2:27 PM MT3:27 PM CT4:27 PM ET20:27 GMT4:27 AM 北京时间1:27 PM MST3:27 PM EST3:27 PM CT0:27 UAE (+1)16:27 ET19:27 - Denver Broncos superstar Von Miller returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since Aug. 22, having served his six-game suspension for violating the NFL's drug abuse policy. Miller makes his 2013 debut Sunday when the Broncos visit the Colts (4-2) in Peyton Manning's return to Indianapolis.
Analysis: Coach John Fox said his All-Pro outside linebacker "had an outstanding practice. Obviously he's got fresh legs and ready to roll and excited about the opportunity this week." Miller had 30 sacks in his first two seasons for the Broncos, who went 6-0 in his absence despite the league's worst pass defense.
|Sep. 12 3:22 PM PT4:22 PM MT5:22 PM CT6:22 PM ET22:22 GMT6:22 AM 北京时间3:22 PM MST5:22 PM EST5:22 PM CT2:22 UAE (+1)18:22 ET21:22 - Denver Broncos coach John Fox came to Miller's defense Thursday, 24 hours after publicly expressing frustration in his suspended star over multiple traffic transgressions.
Analysis: Miller was arrested when he tried to purchase a weapon last month and a routine background check revealed an outstanding warrant for failing to appear in court on traffic charges from last year. He also was pulled over near his suburban Denver home last week and cited for speeding and driving with a suspended license.
|Sep. 11 10:18 PM PT11:18 PM MT12:18 AM CT1:18 AM ET5:18 GMT1:18 PM 北京时间10:18 PM MST12:18 AM EST12:18 AM CT9:18 UAE1:18 ET4:18 - Suspended All-Pro linebacker Von Miller is in trouble with the law for the second time in a month. Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson told Denver television station CBS4 on Tuesday night that the Denver Broncos' troubled star was cited last week for driving without a license and speeding near his home.
Analysis: Robinson said Miller was with his father, who was then allowed to drive the vehicle. The Broncos declined comment on Miller's latest legal troubles when contacted by The Associated Press.
|Aug. 20 1:13 PM PT2:13 PM MT3:13 PM CT4:13 PM ET20:13 GMT4:13 AM 北京时间1:13 PM MST3:13 PM EST3:13 PM CT0:13 UAE (+1)16:13 ET19:13 - The Denver Broncos have activated Miller following his six-game drug suspension.
Analysis: To make room, the Broncos waived wide receiver Tavarres King, whom they'd promoted from their practice squad earlier in the week to keep him from joining the Green Bay Packers. Miller returned to practice Wednesday after serving his ban for violating the league's drug-abuse policy. Miller has 30 sacks in his first two seasons and guaranteed a Super Bowl victory in the offseason.
|Aug. 19 10:10 AM PT11:10 AM MT12:10 PM CT1:10 PM ET17:10 GMT1:10 AM 北京时间10:10 AM MST12:10 PM EST12:10 PM CT21:10 UAE13:10 ET16:10 - Miller is practicing with the Denver Broncos as a new report suggests the All-Pro linebacker could be facing an even longer suspension than originally thought.
Analysis: ESPN, citing people it didn't identify, reported that Miller might have to sit out at least six games for violating the league's drug-abuse policy. In that case, Miller's earliest possible game would be Oct. 20 at Indianapolis. Previously, it was believed Miller was facing a possible monthlong suspension to start the 2013 season. Miller had repeatedly expressed confidence he was going to successfully win an appeal of that penalty, insisting he had "done nothing wrong."
|Aug. 15 8:39 AM PT9:39 AM MT10:39 AM CT11:39 AM ET15:39 GMT11:39 PM 北京时间8:39 AM MST10:39 AM EST10:39 AM CT19:39 UAE11:39 ET14:39 - Miller missed the final day of the Denver Broncos' training camp Thursday to address his looming suspension for violating the NFL's drug-abuse policy.
Analysis: ESPN reported midway through practice, however, that Miller's appeals hearing had been postponed. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told The Associated Press that the league was not at liberty to comment on the matter. Miller has 30 sacks in his first two NFL seasons and a four-game suspension would leave a gaping hole in Denver's defense
|Aug. 14 12:00 PM PT1:00 PM MT2:00 PM CT3:00 PM ET19:00 GMT3:00 AM 北京时间12:00 PM MST2:00 PM EST2:00 PM CT23:00 UAE15:00 ET18:00 - Miller has been arrested on a warrant alleging he failed to appear in court on a misdemeanor.
Analysis: Arapahoe County sheriff's detention chief Louie Perea says Miller was arrested Sunday and then released. KMGH-TV in Denver reported that the warrant alleges he failed to appear for a court hearing on charges of careless driving, driving without a license and no proof of insurance. Separately, Miller is facing a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's drug-abuse policy. He has appealed and a hearing is scheduled for Thursday.
|July 28 10:52 AM PT11:52 AM MT12:52 PM CT1:52 PM ET17:52 GMT1:52 AM 北京时间10:52 AM MST12:52 PM EST12:52 PM CT21:52 UAE13:52 ET16:52 - At a news conference before camp started, Miller said marijuana was "absolutely not" a part of his life. He later hinted that at 24, he was a changed man, saying, "the guy I was yesterday is not the guy I am today. That guy I was two, three, four years ago is not the guy I am."
Analysis: If Miller loses his appeal, which is expected to be heard in mid-August, he'll have to leave the team on Aug. 30 and sit out all of September, missing games against the Ravens, Raiders and Eagles at home and Giants on the road.
|July 24 10:25 AM PT11:25 AM MT12:25 PM CT1:25 PM ET17:25 GMT1:25 AM 北京时间10:25 AM MST12:25 PM EST12:25 PM CT21:25 UAE13:25 ET16:25 - Miller offered no details about his pending drug case and possible four-game suspension, repeatedly invoking the NFL's confidentiality clause to deflect questions during his session with reporters Wednesday
Analysis: The All-Pro pass rusher acknowledged his case is under appeal and promised he would provide some candid answers once the appeal is resolved. Miller said everything at training camp, which begins Thursday, will be business as usual, while he waits to hear if he'll be banned beginning Aug. 30 - the day after Denver's final preseason game.
|July 22 9:52 AM PT10:52 AM MT11:52 AM CT12:52 PM ET16:52 GMT12:52 AM 北京时间9:52 AM MST11:52 AM EST11:52 AM CT20:52 UAE12:52 ET15:52 - A person with knowledge of the situation says Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller will miss the first month of the season for violating the NFL's drug policy, pending an appeal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the league hasn't announced any punishment. Miller said through Twitter that H"I know I did nothing wrong. I'm sure this'll be resolved fairly."
Analysis: The league has a confidentiality clause on such cases. Broncos spokesman Patrick Smyth said the team is unable to provide any comment. Miller was the league's Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2012 with 11 1/2 sacks and he topped that last season with a franchise-record 18 1/2 sacks while making it to his second straight Pro Bowl.
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