Three teams, three Super Bowls is the goal for Bills' Von Miller – Bills Wire

Money talks, but history does too.
The Buffalo Bills signed defensive end Von Miller to a huge six-year, $120 million deal. The 33-year-old likely won’t see all of that money, but clearly he’ll be paid nicely.
Don’t go on thinking that Miller was just chasing the dollars, though.
Miller has won two Super Bowls in his career. He was the MVP of the Denver Broncos’ title win in Super Bowl 50 and then just last season he won the big game with the Los Angeles Rams.
Players have won Super Bowls with two teams before.
No one has done so with three.
Miller can do exactly that with the Bills–something he’s well aware of.
According to USA TODAY’s Josina Anderson, Miller said pulling this off would be a “huge goal” for him:
From Mar. 7th…
Von Miller mentioned on the phone a few days ago that accomplishing this would be a huge goal for him.
— IG: JosinaAnderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 16, 2022

Nothing is guaranteed, Miller and the Bills have to earn it.
But it’s hard to not respect the hustle toward history by the defender.
Miller also voiced his desire to win another title as a reason for wanting to sign in Buffalo. Miller is very sure it will happen, because he thinks the Bills would’ve won it regardless.
“(The Bills) are going to win a Super Bowl with or without me. They’ve built an amazing team,” Miller said via video conference.
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