Von Miller To Continue Playing For Bills Amidst Domestic Violence Allegations


Von Miller, star pass rusher for the Buffalo Bills, will continue participating in team activities despite facing domestic violence allegations, according to Bills’ General Manager Brandon Beane. Beane addressed the media and stated that the team has no plans of suspending Miller at this time, choosing instead to let both the criminal investigation and the NFL’s probe unfold before making any hasty decisions.

Key Takeaway

Von Miller will not face immediate consequences from the Buffalo Bills as they await the outcome of both the criminal and NFL investigations into the domestic violence allegations.

Although Beane acknowledged that Miller’s status could change if alarming information emerges from the investigation, he also emphasized that the allegations seem out of character for the player they have known for the past year and a half.

As previously reported, an arrest warrant was issued for Miller after his girlfriend accused him of pushing her, putting his hands around her neck, and pulling out a chunk of her hair during a heated argument at their apartment in the Dallas area. However, the woman reportedly recanted her story a day later, claiming that things were blown out of proportion.

Miller, who joined the Bills last season, has struggled to regain his form since returning from an ACL tear, tallying only two tackles in eight games. The Bills’ next game is against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon.