DENVER, CO - AUGUST 24: Linebacker Von Miller #58 of the Denver Broncos runs off the field after a game against the St. Louis Rams at Sports Authority Field Field at Mile High on August 24, 2013 in Denver, Colorado. Miller will miss the first six regular season games of the season after being suspended for violating the NFL's drug policy. The Broncos defeated the Rams 27-26. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
KUSA - Not so long ago Von Miller's had a reputation, one that solely involved sacking quarterbacks and doing goofy dances. That has quickly changed, whenever people hear his name in the news the reaction is more, 'what happened now?'
The two-time Pro Bowl linebacker has an open warrant for his arrest in Orange County, California due to an unpaid speeding ticket and missing another court date.
He was also recently pulled over for speeding and driving with a suspended license in Arapahoe County. These are just other cases in a series of problems, with both the authorities and the NFL, stemming from poor decisions.
And once again, the Broncos have to answer for his choices.
"It's something that we're not happy about. Everybody here has an individual responsibility not only to themselves but this organization as well," head coach John Fox said of the latest incident in Colorado. "It's something we're not pleased about. I'll leave it at that."
Although the NFL commissioner will likely not extend his six game suspension, these occurrences can't be seen as anything but a cause for concern. It might already be time for the Broncos to step in and truly reevaluate how Miller's handling himself away from the field.
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