Aug 29, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller (58) and offensive guard Justin Boren (65) following the end of the preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals at Sports Authority Field. The Cardinals defeated the Broncos 32-24. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Will Roger Goodell add on more time to Von Miller’s six game suspension?


If it isn’t one thing with professional athlete’s, it’s another.

We all know Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller is currently serving a six game suspension, but he could have more time added on by Roger Goodell.

As a professional athlete and an adult, you need to know the difference between right and wrong. I mean, your college days are over so what is going on with these athletes? You figured a suspension and possible pay loss would be enough, but one way or another they find themselves getting in trouble with more than their respected leagues.

This season the Denver Broncos are serious Super Bowl contenders, yeah I said it, Super Bowl. I picked them this season to win the Super Bowl over the Seattle Seahawks and well, let’s face it, at some point they’re going to need Von Miller to eventually suit up and become the captain of the defense again.

Whatever Roger Goodell decides to do with Miller is his decision and to be honest, Miller deserves whatever is about to come his way.

I honestly think he needs to add more time onto that six game suspension which is now a five game since he’s already served his first.

Why won’t these adults pull it together?

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  • Ben deWit

    He’s not getting suspended for a minor traffic violation because he CANNOT be suspended for a minor traffic violation.

    • David Alejandro Miniel

      Goodell has the power to add more time to the suspension if he feels like it.

      • Ben deWit

        Yes, but not for minor traffic violations. It’s not a punishable offense in the CBA. Read that in an article from a former player.