Broncos’ Von Miller ruled out with ankle injury after limping off field late in second quarter

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The Denver Broncos didn’t have a great first half towards the Cleveland Browns, which grew to become even worse when star go rusher Von Miller limped off the sector. Miller injured his ankle late within the second quarter and limped off the sector throughout “Thursday Evening Soccer” towards the Browns. Early within the third quarter, the Browns ruled Miller out for the rest of the sport. 

Right here was the play Miller injured the ankle on:

Miller had two tackles within the first half whereas additionally recording a quarterback hit. The Broncos defensive finish had 25 pressures and 4.5 sacks with eight quarterback hits getting into the sport, additionally making a assure on his play previous to Thursday’s sport.

“I’ve carried out nicely in all varieties of video games, and I received to carry out nicely on this sport,” Miller stated. “I’ll play nicely on this sport. I will go off. It should be a great sport for me. I am not going to ensure a win for my teammates, however I am going to assure you I’ve — I do not wish to put the strain on the blokes this time. I am going to put the strain on me.

“I will have an incredible sport. I will go on the market, and going to need to play nicely and get a pair sacks. And if I do this then we are going to win…If I can play nicely and I can get sacks and I can discover a method to disrupt the sport, we’ll win. The strain is on me to play nicely. 

“I do not know who the deal with is that I am going towards, however I’mma kill him. I’mma kill him. And the opposite man too, on the opposite aspect. I will play extraordinarily nicely and make performs for my group. I will set us up and win this sport for positive.”

The Broncos are going to overlook Miller if he is out for an prolonged time frame, particularly since he is been their finest go rusher at 32 years outdated. | Broncos’ Von Miller dominated out with ankle damage after limping off discipline late in second quarter


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