Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller tore his ACL during the 2013 season, and had to have surgery in December. During an interview with ESPN’s Keyshawn Johnson, Miller gave some insight on how he is feeling and his timeline for returning.
“I’m feeling good, I had a schedule that’s all I can ask for,’’ Miller said, via ESPN. “I’m not going to rush it, I’ve got good training guys with the Broncos, they’re going to have me back in time ready to go.
“With today’s medicine and what’s going on now like ACL, it’s really not as serious as it used to be. I’m a 100 percent positive I’ll be able to come back not only be the same Von, (but) I got to be better. You come back and be the same guy it’s like you go ‘it’s the same Von again’ and I got to be better.’’
The interesting tidbit is how he downplays the ACL injury. After Adrian Peterson’s incredible season and bounce back from the injury, the stigma attached to the injury isn’t what it used to be.
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