It’s debatable whether Broncos linebacker Von Miller is faster on the field or on the road.
Miller has received at least five traffic tickets the past five years, according to the Denver Post. He has two speeding tickets this year, and it’s only July.
Police cited Miller on May 15 for speeding in Arapahoe County, Colorado, and on June 19 for speeding in Denver, the newspaper reports. Miller appeared in Arapahoe County District Court on Monday on a misdemeanor count of driving up to 39 miles per hour above the speed limit.
Took a while to find a season-long highlight, but worth the wait. Where has this guy been hiding? Hutchison’s highlights have a little bit of everything—dunks, long three-pointers, great handle. The only downside is a lack of context because most of us probably don’t recognize anyone he’s playing against. It’s one thing to beat a North Carolina player … another to cross over a guy from Utah State. And for some reason the camera seems unusually far away from the court.
NFL attorneys made the request for a special investigator in April, contending that a large number of red-flagged claims had slowed the disbursement.
Co-lead class counsel representing former players, Christopher Seeger, said as of Monday, an independent claim administrator has approved 499 claims totaling more than $485 million.
The settlement, which took effect January 2017, resolved thousands of lawsuits against the NFL.
We will not allow a small number of potentially fraudulent claims to be used as an excuse by the NFL to deny payment to legitimately injured former players, Seeger said, via the AP.