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  • Odds Von Miller does not retire a Bronco?

    I'm putting 3-1 down. Being stage 3 for the remainder of his career and looking to get paid come time for the new contract, I say he's traded before its all said and done. I'm not judging him, that's already been done, but I am disappointed. I wouldn't be surprised, if our defense is getting it done and our offense is clicking, that it happens this year when he's done serving for his second offense. I hope he has more character than I am led to believe he has. SMH...
    GunTrain

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    There's no way he's traded. Can you imagine what Denver would ask for in return? I just don't see anyway it's possible he's traded.

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    • #3
      Unless he changes his ways, he won't make 5 years in the NFL!
      sigpicoh YEAH?

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      • #4
        Stranger things have happened. With character and credibility in question, there's a lot of things that could come up all of a sudden.
        GunTrain

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        • #5
          Jerry Jones would pay pretty much anything for him, I guarantee it, and he grew up wanting to be a Cowboy.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by theMileHighGuy View Post
            Jerry Jones would pay pretty much anything for him, I guarantee it, and he grew up wanting to be a Cowboy.
            This.

            Plus, Miller once said, that he, Dareus and Aldon Smith discussed pulling a "Heat" before they were drafted and teaming up somewhere.

            But, yeah, who knows what could happen.

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            • #7
              Odds are Miller won't retire as a broncos player, even Manning himself didn't retire as a colt.

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              • #8
                The Broncos would be stupid to trade him. The policy is a bit ridiculous anyways. For example if Von Miller accidentally ate a pot brownie at a restaurant which happened to be a marijuana restaurant next year he gets banned for life? This ain't meth we are talking about here, come on man!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by orangecrushtime View Post
                  The Broncos would be stupid to trade him. The policy is a bit ridiculous anyways. For example if Von Miller accidentally ate a pot brownie at a restaurant which happened to be a marijuana restaurant next year he gets banned for life? This ain't meth we are talking about here, come on man!
                  This cant be serious...
                  sigpic

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by orangecrushtime View Post
                    The Broncos would be stupid to trade him. The policy is a bit ridiculous anyways. For example if Von Miller accidentally ate a pot brownie at a restaurant which happened to be a marijuana restaurant next year he gets banned for life? This ain't meth we are talking about here, come on man!
                    Well the policy is for repeated offenders its Miller own fault for putting himself in the situation, hopefully he won't put himself in the similar situations since he getting drug tested 10 times a month.

                    Anyways its unreasonable for a player to stay his whole career in one place, 6-10 years is a lifetime when a average nfl career is 3 years.

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                    • #11
                      Lyle Alzado, Jay Cutler, Tim Tebow . All were traded.
                      GunTrain

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by demonicbroncos View Post
                        Well the policy is for repeated offenders its Miller own fault for putting himself in the situation, hopefully he won't put himself in the similar situations since he getting drug tested 10 times a month.

                        Anyways its unreasonable for a player to stay his whole career in one place, 6-10 years is a lifetime when a average nfl career is 3 years.
                        I'm not defending him but the policy is insane for stage 3. With that number of tests it is statistically unlikely that a play could go 10 years in stage 3 without a false positive.
                        Originally posted by VenomousDB View Post
                        This cant be serious...
                        It is satirical but serious
                        Last edited by orangecrushtime; 08-21-2013, 08:42 PM.

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                        • #13
                          I have never heard of false positives. Tell me more.
                          GunTrain

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                          • #14
                            If winning changes everything, imagine what a superbowl could do......

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by orangecrushtime View Post
                              I'm not defending him but the policy is insane for stage 3. With that number of tests it is statistically unlikely that a play could go 10 years in stage 3 without a false positive.


                              It is satirical but serious
                              That why they're repeated drug testing odds that two drug tests samples that are a day apart appear faulty are really rare.

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