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Broncos Trade Von Miller To Rams

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  • Broncos Trade Von Miller To Rams

    The Denver Broncos have agreed to trade eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller to the Los Angeles Rams on Monday.

    The Rams sent a second-round pick and third-round pick in the 2022 NFL draft to the Broncos in exchange for Miller.

    The Broncos will also pay $9 million of Miller's remaining $9.7 million base salary for the remaining nine games in the regular season.

    Miller, who was John Elway's first draft pick (second overall) as the team's top football decision-maker in 2011, was the longest-tenured Broncos player. He was in the final year of the six-year, $114.5 million contract he signed in late July 2016, six months after he had won the Super Bowl 50 MVP award. He is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent following the season.

    Miller is the league's active career sack leader with 110.5 (sacks became an official statistic in 1982). He is one of the most decorated players in team history with eight Pro Bowl selections and three first-team All Pro selections, and was chosen for the all-decade team for the 2010s by the Hall of Fame's board of selectors.