There might more more to today’s Von Miller trade than what meets the eye.
While the Broncos pulled the trigger to send the veteran edge rusher to the Rams, it may have been connected to the relationship he had with his Denver teammates.
According to a report, Von Miller felt slighted by members of the team who chose not to attend his weekend Halloween party.
“A source with direct knowledge of the situation tells PFN that Miller became upset when teammates declined to kick in for his annual Halloween party. It’s a massive affair with a six-figure price tag. This year, it featured Quavo from the hip-hop act Migos.
Miller’s request for financial help came as a surprise to his teammates. They had assumed they were invited guests to the party, not co-hosts. Miller even wanted rookies to contribute several thousand dollars for an event that they had no role in planning.
Miller, who has earned over $90 million in his career, threatened to disrupt the Broncos’ locker room chemistry over what in his mind was an unpaid debt, the source tells PFN. We’re also told coach Vic Fangio and general manager George Paton became aware of the rift. That may have factored into the team’s decision to move on from the eight-time Pro Bowler despite the Broncos sitting just a half-game out of the AFC’s seventh seed.”
A source with direct knowledge of the situation tells PFN that Von Miller became upset when teammates declined to kick in for his annual Halloween party, a massive affair with a 6-figure price tag that this year featured Quavo from the hip hop act Migos.https://t.co/beksjS1jsY
— Pro Football Network (@PFN365) November 1, 2021
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Regardless of the Halloween party that may have set the table for a Von Miller trade, Los Angeles will be thrilled to add the future Hall Of Famer to their already-stacked roster.
Miller won the MVP of Super Bowl 50, and he’s still only 32-years-old.
Sure, Von Miller may have lost a step or two since his prime. But the Rams will still undoubtedly be getting a shot in the arm with the acquisition.