Von Miller is shadowing Bills GM Brandon Beane at 2023 NFL combine

Von Miller has been open and honest about his long-term goals in the NFL.

The first on the list is winning the Buffalo Bills a Super Bowl.

The next is to take a NFL team to a Super Bowl title … as a general manager.

As the 2023 NFL combine gets underway this week in Indianapolis, Miller is there. According to KOA 94.1 FM radio in Denver, Miller is putting his GM scouting hat on.

Scouting — as in watching Brandon Beane. Miller is shadowing Beane and learning the GM ropes at the event this week:

Since Miller left the Bills lineup because of his knee injury, he has been open and honest about both rehabbing and doing some work with Beane. The GM has also noted it during press conferences.

“That’s like my goal, to be a GM,” Miller said in September.

Miller, who will turn 34 this month, has long said he plans to keep playing with the Bills well beyond 2022. He signed a multi-year deal and plans to keep going another four or five years on the field.

From there, you never know. Maybe in the sixth year he becomes Beane’s assistant?


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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire