Von Millersupporter of the buffalo bills of the nflyou will lose the rest of the 2022 NFL season after this Wednesday he underwent surgery on his right knee to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
The defensive end, future player of Hall of Fameposted a video with a message to his fans.
“Don’t feel sorry for me. I’m excited for the opportunity to show my teammates how strong I am and how hard I work. I love and appreciate them. All the love and respect to everyone,” was the message he posted. Miller on his social networks after his operation.
The linebacker was injured late in the second quarter in his team’s win over the Detroit Lions in week 12.
The DeSoto, Texas native underwent exploratory surgery revealing an ACL injury in his right knee.
Buffalo had hoped for its player’s recovery after putting him on the disabled list in last week’s game against the new england patriots there was even the hope that he would return for next Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, something that was ruled out this Wednesday.
Von Miller signed a six-year contract with the Bills last March in exchange for 120 million dollars.
The 33-year-old was an important part of the defense of los angeles rams who won the Super Bowl LVI in February of this year, Miller’s second career title.
The first one was obtained with the denver broncos in the super bowl 50, in which he was appointed Most Valuable Player (MVP).
The eight-time Pro Bowl selection began his career with Denver in 2011, midway through the 2021 season he was traded to the Los Angeles Rams, a team with which he won his second trophy Vincent Lombardi.
In the current season with the Buffalo Bills, the linebacker had eight quarterback sacks and 21 tackles.
Throughout his 12-year career, he has 123.5 sacks and 561 tackles.
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Von Miller to miss rest of 2022 with ruptured ligaments