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The Squeeze: Miller Monday and a little love

Posted Feb 15, 2016

A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Broncos.

Happy Monday, #BroncosCountry!

Your Super Bowl hangover may have subsided but here are some nuggets to start your week off right:

1. The megastar, Von Miller

Let’s face it, the world hasn’t gotten enough of linebacker Von Miller. The Super Bowl 50 MVP has made an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", "The Late Late Show", and Esquire. He even returned to Toronto for the 2016 NBA All-Star game Sunday after making a cameo on "Saturday Night Live." Since the final win of the season, we’ve seen him just about everywhere but in today’s MMQB, Peter King notes a major move Miller made that everyone missed.

Miller, again with his long left arm, reaches down and in the one millisecond the ball lies free, swipes it backward toward the Carolina goal line. You can barely see him do it; it’s almost like a sleight-of-hand trick by a magician.

The article also touches on the whirlwind that has been Miller’s life since he was given the MVP title and how Miller got to be the player that he is today.

The full article can be found here.

This morning, NFL Now also gave us a run-down of Miller's journey from the second overall pick in 2011 to Super Bowl 50 MVP.

Miller returned to Toronto Sunday after his cameo on Saturday Night Live to catch the NBA All-Star game.

#Repost via @nfl ・・・ @iam_objxiii + @millerlite40 at #nbaallstar in Toronto!

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2. Broncos spread love

Yesterday was the day of love and Broncos players were sure to put their Valentine's Day posts on display to recognize those they love the most.

Happy V Day @mrsleahharris #aria love you

A photo posted by Chris Harris Jr.(@chrisharrisjr) on

My valentines @jaimeenicole_ @tonyadunson and Fat Daddy..

A photo posted by codylatimer14 (@codylatimer14) on

Happy Valentine's Day. I love you sweetheart ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

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