The defender is on the physically unable to play list; the team has three weeks to decide whether to activate it
The star pass rusher of Buffalo Bills, Von Miller, who hasn’t played since tearing his right ACL on Thanksgiving Day last season, will return to practice this week, sources said ESPN.
By Miller is on the physically unable to play list and will miss his fourth game of the season Sunday, when the Miami Dolphins visit the Fees, with a five-week window to allow the eight-time Pro Bowler to resume practices starting Monday. Once a player who starts the season physically unable to make the list unable to return to practice, the team has three weeks to decide whether to activate him in the 53-man roster.
Loss Fees They aren’t sure yet about a specific time for Miller, who hasn’t practiced all summer. But the Bills want to see how Miller shapes up and will be cautious as they bring back the veteran linebacker, according to the source.
by Miller, 34 years old, signed by Fees to begin free agency in 2022, agreed to a six-year, $120 million contract. The two-time Super Bowl champion played in every game before his knee injury and, despite playing in just 11 games, finished last season tied for the team lead with eight sacks and led the Fees with 38 pressure. Miller also directed the Fees last season in win rate (23.6%) and pressure percentage (14.5%).
Last offseason, the Fees They added Miller’s former teammate to their defensive end corps along with the veteran Leonard Floyd. Buffalo relying on people like Floyd, the 2021 first-round pick, Greg Rousseau, and the 2020 second-round pick, AJ Epenes, in Miller’s absence, but Buffalo hopes to be stronger down low.
By Miller remains steadfast in his goal of returning to the first game of the season in “Monday Night Football” at Buffalo against New York Jets On September 1. 11 until he was placed on the PUP list after this summer. He remained with the team throughout training camp, including working out on the practice sidelines most days.