Pass rusher Von Miller tore his ACL last season during the Buffalo Bills’ win over the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day. Miller recently expressed confidence that he will be ready when the Bills start the season at the New York Jets on September 11.
Today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks leads off by hearing from Miller on how his recovery process is going and why he feels he’ll be able to suit up and play roughly eight months after suffering a torn right ACL.
Updates on Von Miller’s ACL recovery
During his seventh-annual Pass Rush Summit, Von Miller described the progress he’s making as he works his way back from his second career ACL tear. Miller said he expects to avoid landing on the physically unable-to-perform (PUP) list when training camp begins in July.
“I have good information from my doctor and my knee is all healed up,” Miller said after hosting his pass-rush summit in suburban Las Vegas. “It’s all about me and how confident I can be (over) the next three months.”
- Von Miller injury update: ACL healed, starting football drills next as he eyes Bills opener - Buffalo News
- Bills’ Von Miller expects to return from torn ACL in Week 1 - ESPN
- Bills’ Von Miller Provides Window for Return in 2023 After ACL Tear - Sports Illustrated Buffalo Bills news
- Bills OLB Von Miller (ACL) feels he’ll be ready to play in 2023 season opener vs. Jets - NFL.com
- Bills’ Von Miller expects to avoid PUP list, participate in training camp with ACL ‘all healed up’ - Yahoo! Sports
- Garafolo: Von Miller ‘hopes to be back’ from ACL injury by Week 1 - NFL.com
- Bills’ Von Miller says ‘knee is all healed up’ from ACL injury - Deadspin
- In his element: At seventh pass-rush summit, Bills’ Von Miller still enjoys giving advice to fellow players - Buffalo News
Projecting Buffalo’s starting offensive line
When the 2022 NFL season ended, general manager Brandon Beane made it known that the team’s offensive line needed to do a better job at protecting quarterback Josh Allen. To that end, the team has been busy upgrading the unit this offseason, adding guards Connor McGovern and David Edwards and tackle Brandon Shell in free agency while drafting guards O’Cyrus Torrence and guard Nick Broeker.
Before the Bills embark on their mandatory minicamp, The Buffalo News attempted to predict what Buffalo’s starting offensive line will look like this year.
Even more Bills news and notes
Get to know Buffalo’s new senior defensive assistant Al Holcomb, explore veterans who could be traded by the Bills later this summer, hear why “it’s a blessing” for quarterback Josh Allen to grace the cover of Madden NFL 24, and more!
- Al Holcomb brings another experienced voice to the Bills’ defensive meeting room - Buffalo News
- Assessing Bills’ summer trade candidates: 10 players to watch in late August - The Athletic (subscription required)
- Josh Allen Talks Being on Madden 24 Cover: “It’s a Blessing” - BuffaloBills.com
- Buffalo Bills Set for More ‘Heartache’ Amid Upcoming Roster Moves, Says Brandon Beane - Sports Illustrated Buffalo Bills News, Analysis and More
- Buffalo Bills ‘Week 1 Worry’: Josh Allen On Aaron Rodgers Trade to New York Jets - Sports Illustrated Buffalo Bills News, Analysis and More
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