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  • BroncoPower
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    Horrible trade for us. We lose our franchise player, swallow $9m for a couple of day 2 picks?... Von easily has 3-4 years in the tank.
    Happy for Von though.

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  • colowoz01
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    Glad for Von, he now has the opportunity to be a Real Sack defender. He will make the Rams defense better. Aaron Donald and Von will be on a tear, But I believe Von has the opportunity to work with the Rookie Jonah Williams just like a guy named Damarcus worked with the rookie that was once Von.

    The draft picks will be used by the new organization as the re-build begins. and I understand the team will pay Von's 9 mil salary.

    Good Luck Mr Miller we enjoyed many a good memories.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by FR Tim View Post

    Do they really have any real value in that type of trade though. End of the 2nd and 3rd picks?

    Any significant trades as you propose will be taking the Bronco’ 1st rounders and beginning with f each rd picks.

    More likely these are the “replacement player” the FO will be putting on the field.

    Sorry to see Miller go. Not just his Bronco legacy but as confirmation that the FO has quit on the season as much as the coaches and players.


    Well, if not directly than indirectly. Maybe a team would take 1sts only, but 2nds aren't exactly bad as collateral. Neither are 3rds. But I propose indirectly as well, because say Paton pulls the trigger and pays out some 1sts in a deal. Now we have another 2nd and 3rd that we did not have earlier today, which could be very useful in acquiring other non QB talent.

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  • Taos_Broncomaniac
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    Originally posted by Mosk View Post
    I don’t think we’re done selling either. I would like to see Paton go full rebuild.

    Fant to Packers
    Fuller to Bucs
    Gordon to Titans
    Our Defense looked better than it has all year yesterday, Fant can't block and has two pre snap penalties a game plus a hold. Has anyone else noticed he starts to fall down the second a defender gets within 10 yards. What a bust...

    Thanks for the memories Von...

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  • BroncoSynapses
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    He was playing great too. Just what this team needs, less winners. Bye Fangio. Can’t wait to see him go at this point. All of the front office too. Hopefully we get another good owner, without that, dark times continue.

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  • Chillez
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    Originally posted by RockWarrior84 View Post
    I see it this way…. If we had a real coaching staff he might have retired as a bronco finished career here. I put this on the horrible coaching of fangio
    Yup same here. It’s sad to end this way it goes to show you how important coaching is.

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  • RockWarrior84
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    I see it this way…. If we had a real coaching staff he might have retired as a bronco finished career here. I put this on the horrible coaching of fangio

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  • MileHigh Salute
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    Sad day for certain, but it was a business move that needed to be made. The value was really good for the player.

    I hate this business, but if I am looking out for the Broncos franchise this deal needed to get done.

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  • Capt. Jack
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    Why not, seems like a fairly reasonable trade, and he'll do well on the Rams

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  • DEN4EVER
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    Dang..
    It finally happened.
    a 2nd and 3rd doesn't seen to bad.
    We've hit on a few 2nd and 3rds over the past few years, so let's hope that continues.

    Hopefully one day when he decides to hang em up, he comes back for a 1day contract to retire as a bronco.

    The youth movement has started.
    I believe this will ultimately lead to Lock playing sometime during this season, and us going HARD for a QB in the offseason.

    A big mile high salute to you, Mr. Miller.
    Best of luck in LA

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  • Broncommish
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    Von will always be one of my faves, and count on him keeping home in Denver and being a part of the Bronco's family the rest of his life. But this move is a smart business move for both sides. I sincerely hope that Von gets to the SB this year and gets another ring. I had a strong feeling a trade was in the works when he did not suit up Sunday, that they kept him out so as not to damage the goods. Wish him nothing but the best. LA is getting a man of honor and quality. A Mile high salute to you sir! This also solves his contract expiring at end of year too.

    It is indeed time to start a rebuild, but again, let's settle ownership!
    Last edited by Broncommish; 11-01-2021, 10:28 AM.

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  • JvDub95
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    Love Von.....that super bowl performance was legendary!!! Will always have that memory and will always enjoy him

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  • FR Tim
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    These picks could well be part of any package deal for a QB, whether it be for a high draft pick or a proven vet.

    I like it.
    Do they really have any real value in that type of trade though. End of the 2nd and 3rd picks?

    Any significant trades as you propose will be taking the Bronco’ 1st rounders and beginning with f each rd picks.

    More likely these are the “replacement player” the FO will be putting on the field.

    Sorry to see Miller go. Not just his Bronco legacy but as confirmation that the FO has quit on the season as much as the coaches and players.



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  • Bootleg
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    Good luck to Von with the Rams.

    It's unfortunate he couldn't end his career with the Broncos, but players staying with one team is a rarity in today's NFL.

    A 2nd and a 3rd is more than I thought they'd get, to be honest.

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  • jmz313
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    Originally posted by GiddyupGetEm View Post
    Without Demarcus Ware, Von has been unproductive and isn’t a real leader. This is good for the Broncos.

    To be a career Bronco, you need to show heart and leadership every season, like Rod Smith. Von hasn’t shown either in years.
    I'm sure Von who, has been doing a lot of non-glamourous read and reacting, covering LBs, Spying Qbs, instead of being allowed to pin his ears back and go after the QB the last 2 seasons (he played)... has been seen as a leader and good teammate for doing all that without us ever hearing any discontent through the medias. All while playing pretty damn well even though he won't get the credit because he's doing what is asked of him and not stacking stats.

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