Soon after Von Miller signed with the Buffalo Bills, it became known that he had a personal goal in mind when doing so.
The 33-year-old is well aware that no player in NFL history has won a Super Bowl title with three different teams. He currently sits at two with two, and next up could be the Bills and that’s what he wants.
But that’s only the start.
Miller’s signing in Buffalo was profiled by The Athletic. In that, he outlined a laundry list of things he hopes to accomplish in Orchard Park.
While Miller is already a future Hall of Famer, he hopes to enter Canton with much more on his resume thanks to the coming years he’ll spent with the Bills.
Check out the excerpt and list of goals he has via The Athletic below:
He hopes that he can lead the league in sacks for the first time and win the defensive player of the year award — he finished second to Khalil Mack by one vote in 2016. He would like to break the record for most Super Bowl sacks, which he could do with one more.
Most of all, though, Miller wants to win a third Super Bowl with a third team. No player has done that except Matt Millen, and Millen wasn’t active when he won his third with Washington. Miller calls the opportunity to win a Lombardi Trophy with Buffalo the “feather that tipped the scale.”
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