One week and two days. Three days and two hours. One day and 11 hours.
“It hasn’t gone by fast, though,” he said during a sitdown interview with The Denver Post. “A lot of people have said it went by fast. It hasn’t. It wasn’t easy. And I don’t want to get away from that. I want to stay with that focus that it’s not easy.”
Beginning Monday morning, Miller is a free man. The Broncos’ star pass-rushing linebacker has been sprung from a six-game suspension by the NFL for violating its drug policy. There were plenty of restrictions. He couldn’t practice. Couldn’t play. Couldn’t travel with the team. And he would not be paid.
Source: Mike Klis, The Denver Post