Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller just cannot keep himself away from run-ins with the law, while at the same time showcasing that he can make some incredibly poor decisions.
CBS4 in Denver is reporting that Miller has landed himself in more hot water with law enforcement. Last week, Miller was apparently stopped for speeding and was subsequently cited for driving with a suspended or revoked license. He was released into the custoday of his father whom, ironically, was with him at the time. Now while I know that Miller is an adult, I still have to question the parenting enforcement in this particular situation, but that’s neither here nor there.
This latest brush with the law comes off the heels of Miller being arrested recently for failing to appear in court. Also, currently, the former first-round draft pick is serving a six-game suspension for a violation of the NFL’s Substance Abuse Policy.
At this point, it seems that it might just be best for Miller to stay within the confines of his own home (well, unless he has to appear in court, that is) until he can return to the football field.