Even though you're probably well on your way to building a top notch squad for the new season in Madden NFL Mobile, let's say you could beef it up by adding Rob Gronkowski, Antonio Brown, Von Miller, and Todd Gurley to your roster. That's something I imagine would interest you. [Read more]
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller is the new Old Spice Guy. How does he compare to the old Old Spice Guy Terry Crews? Well, Crews was a hardcore masturbator, so score one for Big Terry!
It’s hard to imagine a football player having a better offseason than Von Miller has. He won the Super Bowl MVP, then joined ‘Dancing with the Stars’ for a decent run, then got paid BIG TIME by the Broncos. Now, he’s probably at training camp somewhere, but that won’t stop him from becoming the goofy […]
Terry Crews had a good run.
From raising chickens to tackling the world's biggest men to dancing for the nation, it seems there is nothing Von Miller can't do. And now, he's adding the revered title of Old Spice guy to his résumé. Procter & Gamble today announced that the Denver Broncos linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP will be the face of Old Spice for the 2016 season. Show More Summary
"Start Me" parodies Justin Bieber's unfortunate 2015 hit "Sorry."
They didn’t need Von Miller to act much for his goofy “Madden NFL 17” commercial. Miller is dancing and singing in the loudest outfits imaginable (complete with at least one cowboy hat) in the ad, but that’s his natural state. The Denver Broncos linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP might be the freest spirit in the league. Show More Summary
Von Miller may not have won Dancing with the Stars, but the Denver Broncos linebacker still has some moves left to showcase. As Madden 17 will be launching next week, here we see the latest promo for the much-anticipated video game. The clip stars Von Miller, as he is singing and dancing to a parody […]
Denver Broncos superstar Von Miller is begging you to start him. This year's annual Weird-Ass Madden Trailer takes a page from "Weird" Al Yankovic, casting Miller in a parody video that riffs on Justin Bieber's "Sorry." And while nothing...Show More Summary
It's subtle, but if you watch this ad really closely, you might pick up the hint that Broncos star Von Miller would like to be on your Madden 17 team. OK so, in true Madden Season form, there's nothing subtle about it. The linebacker...Show More Summary
The new Madden is set to release on August 23. While gamers are anticipating its release, another person who is just as excited is none other than Broncos linebacker, Von Miller. In a hilarious ad for the game, Miller spoofed Justin Bieber’s hit single “Sorry,” altered its lyrics and broke out some innovative dance moves to accompany the song. Show More Summary
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The Broncos traded up in the first round of last year’s NFL draft to select pass rusher Shane Ray, but as a rookie Ray didn’t do a lot: Ray played in just 31 percent of the Broncos’ defensive snaps and had just four sacks. That’s in part because he was playing behind two of the…
Von Miller said he'd be ready when he signed his deal -- and he kept his word
Stick to sacks! Von Miller is a star, on and off the field. He’s the reigning Super Bowl MVP. He’s great at celebrating big plays. Miller is a master of social media, and he’s a phenomenal dancer. He’s also the highest-paid defender in the NFL. Show More Summary
Who’s Jordan Taylor? You’re about to find out. My favorite player on the Broncos’ roster isn’t Von Miller, although he’s a close second. It isn’t Bradley Roby either, though he’s a lot of fun, too. It’s not Demaryius Thomas, and it isn’t...Show More Summary
The Broncos will have linebacker Von Miller on the field at the start of training camp, but his partner at the other outside linebacker spot isn’t quite ready to go at this point. DeMarcus Ware will be on the non-football injury list as camp gets underway as he continues to deal with a back injury…
Denver Broncos superstar pass-rusher Von Miller signed a six-year, $114.5 million contract to secure his future with the franchise this offseason, and he spoke Wednesday about how thrilled he is about his situation. Miller commentedShow More Summary
With the dust settled on his record-setting six-year, $114.5 million contract, Broncos linebacker Von Miller met with reporters on Wednesday in conjunction with the opening of training camp. Less than two weeks after the protracted negotiations ended, Miller provided an assessment of the situation. “It’s back to normal,” Miller said, via comments distributed by the team.…
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