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Is Von Miller going to ‘run it back’ with the Los Angeles Rams or Denver Broncos?

Will Von Miller head back to the Broncos after the Russell Wilson trade?

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Von Miller was instrumental in the Los Angeles RamsSuper Bowl run, racking up nine sacks in his last eight games, including the playoffs. Hopes of him returning to LA to “run it back” have been high, though there has always been a quiet concern amongst some of him returning to the Denver Broncos during the 2022 free agency period.

While that concern may have been brushed off due to the lack of fire power under center in Denver, leading to a mostly anemic output on offense, things have taken a drastic turn in favor of the Broncos after acquiring Russell Wilson from the Seattle Seahawks in the biggest trade of the offseason thus far.

There’s no reason to think Wilson isn’t going to help transform Denver’s offense into one of the better units in the league, as they already have the pieces around the quarterback on the roster for the foreseeable future. They are loaded at wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, and Tim Patrick. Running back Javonte Williams nearly broke 1,000 yards in a timeshare with Melvin Gordon during his rookie campaign.

Miller has already joked about returning to the Broncos. Now, with an offense that’s expected to be much more explosive, and Miller’s long history and noted love for the organization, it may be a realistic possibility that the former Super Bowl MVP is truly interested in getting his old locker back.

Do you think Miller will choose to continue to play alongside Aaron Donald or reunite with his old flame in Denver?

Poll

Will Von Miller resign with the Rams or return to the Broncos?

This poll is closed

  • 46%
    Resign with Rams. He can’t pass up playing with Aaron Donald.
    (289 votes)
  • 53%
    Return to Denver. The heart wants what the heart wants.
    (333 votes)
622 votes total Vote Now