Over a month after tearing a major artery and receiving urgent surgery, Zach Miller opens up about his leg injury in an emotional interview.
After an injury that could have ended in amputation, Miller opened up for the first time
The Chicago tight end could have lost his leg after a devastating injury against New Orleans in October.
Back in October, Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller suffered one of the most gruesome knee injuries anybody had ever seen. In fact, had it not been for some quick thinking by Bears assistant athletic trainer Sid Dryer, the catastrophic damage to Miller’s arteries probably would have resulted in amputation. Fortunately, though Miller’s NFL career […]
The Bears tight end spoke out in an emotional interview.
Bears TE Zach Miller is finally opening up about the gruesome injury that nearly cost him his left leg... tearing up as he describes all that's gone down in the aftermath. Miller says he knew the injury was "pretty severe"... so wh...
Bears tight end Zach Miller was released from a Chicago-area hospital Monday.
Bears tight end Zach Miller was back home Monday, after more than three weeks in the hospital following emergency surgery in New Orleans. Miller suffered a dislocated knee during the game against the Saints, and surgeons had to repair arterial damage which threatened his leg. Miller tweeted out the news of his recovery last night. [more]
Zach Miller tweets that he is home in Chicago after stints in two hospitals and surgeries to repair a popliteal artery tear suffered during a game.
The “clear and obvious” standard for replay review continues to be anything but. Two weeks after the league office utilized the pipeline to the various game sites to overturn a touchdown catch by Bears tight end Zach Miller without clear and obvious evidence that the ruling on the field was correct, the league office overturned [more]
Bears tight end Zach Miller was able to return to Chicago this week after an extended stay in the New Orleans hospital where he had emergency surgery to fix arterial damage caused when he dislocated his knee on October 29. Miller’s return to the city wasn’t the end of his time in a hospital, however. [more]
Jordan Howard and Pernell McPhee wore the No. 86 at practice to show support for Chicago Bears teammate Zach Miller, who is recovering from leg surgery.
The Chicago Bears have placed tight end Zach Miller _ recovering from surgery to save his left leg _ on injured reserve
The Bears had a bye last week, so there wasn’t an urgent need to make a roster move involving tight end Zach Miller after he dislocated his knee in a Week Eight loss to the Saints. They are back to work this week, though, and they’ve made the decision to add another tight end to [more]
Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller is placed on a cart after injuring his leg in the second half of Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints. (AP) Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller suffered an injury that, unfortunately, will be memorable for anyone who witnessed it. Show More Summary
Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller will be going home after more than a week in a New Orleans hospital following surgery to save his left leg.
In one of the most perplexing NFL replay reversals in recent memory, Bears tight end Zach Miller lost a touchdown after having been deemed to have lost control of the ball. Never mind that his knee exploded to such a degree that he suffered...Show More Summary
Miller will still require further surgeries to repair damaged ligaments, per the report.
The Bears have a bye this weekend, but tight end Zach Miller wouldn’t have been playing under any circumstances after he dislocated his knee in last Sunday’s loss to the Saints. Miller remained in a New Orleans hospital all week after surgery to repair arterial damage in his leg and stabilize the injury. Chris Mortensen [more]
Last Sunday in New Orleans, Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller latched on to a long pass in the end zone. I say “latched on” because, according to the officiating crew after the ensuing scoring review, Miller did not complete what would...Show More Summary