Bills linebacker Von Miller has received multiple awards and accolades throughout his 11 years in the NFL. On Thursday, Miller was recognized again for the accomplishments he's made during his career. The two-time Super Bowl champion will be inducted into the Senior Bowl Hall of Fame along with four other members.
Miller will be inducted on Sunday, June 26 at The Grand Hotel Golf Club & Spa in Point Clear, Alabama.
"We are excited to announce another great group of Senior Bowl legends into our game's Hall of Fame," said Jim Nagy, executive director of the Reese's Senior Bowl. "All five of these men were incredible players, winners, and community leaders in their respective NFL cities. They have done it all on the field, from Pro Bowls to Super Bowls. We are honored to bring this distinguished group back to Mobile to celebrate, the city where their NFL journeys first started."
In addition to Miller, former Patriots running back Kevin Faulk, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, former Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and former 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis are also being inducted.
The Bills LB has earned the honor because of his decorated career. Miller has started in all 150 games he has played in and accumulated 115.5 sacks in those games. The LB is also an eight-time Pro Bowler and has been named a first-team All-Pro three times.
"I remember my Senior Bowl experience like it was yesterday," said Von Miller, Buffalo Bills linebacker. "First, I almost didn't go. I was projected as a likely first round pick. Then my agent asked me if I wanted to compete to prove that I should be a potential top-10 pick. I had a great week of practice, played the entire Senior Bowl game, and then everybody started talking about me going higher and higher in the Draft. I ended up #2 overall and I owe so much to the Senior Bowl for helping me get there. It's an incredible honor to come back and be inducted into the Senior Bowl Hall of Fame! Gig 'em!"
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