Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller was already big but he appears even more massive after photos from his on-field workout were posted on social media. With training camps set to start soon, it looks like the veteran player has ramped up the intensity of his workouts.
The eight-time Pro Bowler posted some videos of his workouts on his Instagram account:
The 31-year old player recorded 33 solo tackles and eight sacks in the 2019 season. His Broncos team, however, still failed to clinch the AFC West division title and finished with a subpar 7-9 record. The team was tied with the Las Vegas Raiders on an identical win-loss record and failed to enter the playoff picture altogether last season.
Despite having a disappointing 2019 run, Miller has more than enough reasons to get excited about the upcoming season. Sophomore quarterback Drew Lock will now get to lead the team's offense for a full season after their previous quarterback, Joe Flacco, took his talents to the New York Jets.
Reliable running back Melvin Gordon III was signed by the team on a two-year contract this offseason as well. The team also gained another weapon by drafting speedy wideout Jerry Jeudy with the 15th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
With a revamped roster, Miller and the Broncos may make a strong case to dethrone defending AFC West and Super Bowl LIV champion Kansas City Chiefs.
The Mile-High team will be opening the upcoming season as they match up against a dangerous Tennessee Titans side on September 14 at Empower Field in Denver, Colorado.